My sister married her best friend on a beautiful, sunny November day in Indianapolis. The flowers were amazing: lush, abundant, and very generous in both size and number. I was beyond pleased with both the quality and customer service. While I knew there was an arbor available at her venue, because I was concerned about flower quantity and time, I hadn't really planned to use it. I'm so glad we did! We had so much eucalyptus left over from the bouquets and centerpieces, that I would have loved the arbor even if we had just used that. As it was, though, we had a few anemones, garden roses, and peonies too that we added. All the flowers were so large that I ended up needing fewer for each bouquet than expected. To stretch the flowers more we used lanterns on half the tables (which I think made the room more interesting too) and floral centerpieces on the other half. I kept the centerpieces simple with mostly willow and silver dollar eucalyptus, adding just a few flower stems to each. That let us keep most the flower focus on her bridal bouquet and arbor, surrounding the bride and groom with beautiful flowers during their sweet ceremony.