Posts tagged organic bouquet
Jordan + Brian | Old Courthouse New Year's Eve Wedding
01. Erika Dotson Photgraphy. Rose of Sharon Floral Designs. blush & burgundy wedding.jpg

Every year, I end up with at least one wedding between Christmas & New Year's Day. (I reserve Christmas Day for my family.)  I know some vendors don't like these holiday weddings, but I do.  They're always festive, always fun.  Jordan and Brian's was no exception.  We mixed burgundy, blush & ivory flowers with eucalyptus garlands and lots of gold sparkle!  

Vendors

Venues: Fayetteville Old Courthouse + Historic Post Office Building

Photographer: Erika Dotson Photography

Coordinator: Weddings By Karie

Sue Marie + Drew | Crystal Bridges Museum Wedding
01. Erika Dotson Photgraphy. Rose of Sharon Floral Designs. blush & burgundy wedding.jpg

Crystal Bridges Museum is an incredible place for a wedding.  This Thanksgiving weekend wedding was chock-full of garden roses, eucalyptus, dusty miller, as well as standard roses and carnations (a personal favorite flower...they're just so frilly!). The peach, burgundy & blush tones were beautiful with the blue bridesmaid dresses and Most Joyful Day had the best accents with mirrors, small vases and lanterns.   

Vendors

Venues: St. Joseph's Church (ceremony) + Crystal Bridges Museum (reception)

Photographer: Two Carters Photography

Coordinator: Most Joyful Day

One more.. this flower girl is just adorable! 

Morgan + Quentin | Organic eucalyptus & rose wedding
01 Organic garden rose - foliage bouquets  Peach Tea Co Photography Rose of Sharon Floral Designs.jpg

Just a couple of years ago, this organic style became popular.  I have to say, it suits ME to a tee!  I love designing these airy bouquets with eucalyptus and roses (plus a few other beautiful blooms, of course.)  Check out Morgan & Quentin's beautiful, organic day...

And here's a couple shots I got as we were setting up the reception.  Nowhere near as good as the ones from Peach Tea Co., of course. 

Vendors

Venues: Mount Sequoyah (Ceremony) & Arkansas Air Museum (Reception)

Photographer: The Peach Tea Co.