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I had the pleasure of working with the very sweet bride to create a very elegant wedding.
The bride wore a lace dress so we accented the handle of her all rose bouquet. This bouquet had a lot of roses! A mix of two tones roses and multiple spray roses.
The groom wore a spray rose boutonniere with black tape to blend into the jacket.
The Maid of Honor carried a bouquet made from hydrangea and multiple colors of roses.
The Best Man and Father wore white roses with black ribbon stems.
For the Ceremony we used some of the centerpieces on white straight block stands.
For the centerpieces we used tall silver ceramic vases with a fantastic texture with a large mass of babies breathe. We also used some short blue vases for an alternative centerpiece to add a different level.
I am super happy for this couple and I know they will have a wonderful life together!
This wedding was a stunning wedding! The bride had a great vision of an organic look with curly willow, eucalyptus and very petal-ly flowers. She also had a fantastic coordinator (Angela at http://www.LoveandElegance.com ) and a beautiful venue (Firefly Bistro in South Pasadena).
The bride carried a bouquet made from a mix of hydrangea, lissianthus, open roses, open spray roses and a mix of foliage. The handle was covered in navy ribbon accented with curly willow.
The Maid of Honor carried a very similar bouquet.
The corsages and boutonnieres were created from spray roses and roses.
The alter area was beautiful! Two pieces were creates to reach for each other to create the look of an arch. It was also the perfect place to put the sweetheart table! Beautiful…..
Around the room were arrangements in blue textured ceramic vases in various shaped containers to fit the odd shaped tables.
Can’t forget the super cute cake topper! The photographer has a much better picture of it on the table….
I wish the happy couple a very wonderful happily ever after!
I love when weddings are something then the norm…. This wedding was on the beach in Laguna Beach and it started at 7:30 AM! It was such a beautiful drive on the way home with the sun rising over the canyon…. Beautiful!
It was very intimate wedding with the main flowers were peach roses, white roses, white spray roses and peach parrot tulips. It was stunning…. BUT excuse my pictures since the sun was barely coming up when I got to the venue.
This wedding was a lot of fun to create! To be honest flowers to wear are my favorite type of arrangements to create and I LOVED the mother’s corsage.
The Bridal bouquet was created with an earthy feel and a touch of tropical with the orchids. There are two orchids types mixed amongst a variety of textural fillers and hanging succulents.
The Mother of the Bride wore a bracelet style corsage created from dendrobium orchids and succulents.
Such a fun mix of textures and shapes! Wishing Diane and husband a wonderful happily-ever-after!
I love when a couple personalizes their wedding. This couple completely customized their wedding and it was SO perfect for them!
The Bride carried a cascade bouquet while the bridesmaids carried clutch bouquets. Each of the bouquets was accented with dried pods. The textures were AMAZING!
The boutonnieres and corsages were created with beautiful roses! Of course some had a touch of dried accents.
The ceremony was held at in the chapel where we used two of the centerpieces to frame the alter area.
The centerpieces were super fun! We used small trees that were surrounded by a mix of textural foliage and white flowers. The trees were easy to remove so the guests could take the centerpieces home.
We also placed a few centerpieces around the room; mainly the sign in table as well as the cake table.
The head table we extremely fun to create! Bark was placed down the length of the table and foliage was placed between for the woodsy theme to be carried though. The bridal bouquets were added after the ceremony.
I wish this couple a very wonderful life together!