Working off the brides vision, we began pulling together the flowers and pieces that would be gorgeous for an on-the-cusp-of-fall wedding, working with mostly neutral flowers to highlight the beauty of the natural elements.
Uluhe fern curls, seeded eucalyptus, hops, and seed pods were on deck for the groomsmen's boutonnieres, wrapped lovingly in some tan twine, while the groom's was complimented with a single white freesia flower.
Keeping with the neutral and natural theme of the day, the bridesmaids bouquets contained some gorgeous fully bloomed green hydrangea and white dahlias. Accented with seed pods, nigella pods, plumosus fern, and sugar pine cone petals, the final bouquet arrangement was given a delicate halo of angel vine.
For the bride's bouquet to really stand apart, we pulled in elements from each of the other pieces to create a gorgeous and cohesive bouquet that would convey her spirit and personality. Using the sugar pine cone petals, plumosus fern, seed pods, seeded eucalyptus, hops, and freesia to accent the white hydrangea, we also added in some varieties of white dahlia to really make the freshness and crispness of the natural components pop against the unblemished white flowers.
The end result was a gorgeous blend of the natural and the beautiful, all brought together in a delicate balance.
Seeing the bride moved to tears with "the attention to detail and the way they able to accurately interpret my loose ideas into something beautiful" was the most rewarding part of the experience.