Posts tagged wedding bouquet
Carrie + Paul | Backyard Wedding + Walker Foundation Reception

This wedding was not your average wedding. The bride and groom wanted an intimate ceremony, so the ceremony was a couple weeks before their reception. The reception was at The Walker Foundation building — a beautiful space with great artwork. We designed simple white arrangements for the table so the flowers and art wouldn’t have to compete. (But added some WOW with a mirrored runner.) Since the bride loves bright colors, succulents and cacti, we created vibrant ceremony flowers and used Ruby Ball Cacti to accent the tables at the reception to tie it all together.

FLORIST TIP: more isn’t always better. Sometimes keeping the designs simple so that each element shines is the best way to showcase a couple’s personalities

And how dapper is that pupper with the collar flowers?

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Venue: Walker Foundation

Photographer: Freckled Fox Photography

Alyssa + Ian | Stone Chapel at Matt Lane Farm White & Gold Wedding

Green, white & gold are a match made in wedding color palette heaven — fresh, understated, and always in style. This natural cascading bridal bouquet incorporated a very traditional wedding flower - stephanotis. Stephanotis is a delicate, fragrant, white bloom which is perfect intertwined with the eucalyptus in this bouquet. The bride and groom have ties to Hawaii, so they ordered a Hilo Meile lei for the groom and headpiece for the bride; both are traditional flowers worn in Hawaiian weddings.

Happy Anniversary, Alyssa & Ian!

Haley + Evan | Blush & navy Wedding at Avondale Chapel

Roses, especially garden roses, and greenery are a match made in floral heaven. We were excited about all the floral touches this couple requested — the gorgeous bridal bouquet and hairpiece, a garden rose boutonniere paired with an awesome floral bow tie, cake flowers, sign accents, aisle markers, and centerpieces. The bronze lanterns used in the centerpieces are some of our most popular rental items. Aren’t they so pretty accented with candles, roses, and greenery?

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Photographer: Benjamin Martin Photography

Venue: Avondale Chapel & Garden