The centerpieces were sheltered by the sheds which created a natural arch to frame the flowers.
Who could resist having a bit of fun.
The selection of flowers in the guest table centerpieces incorporated, White Hydrangea, Pink "Hot Lady Roses", Green Cymbidium Orchids, Gold "Combo Roses", delicious textural Succulents, Pink Coxcomb Celosia, Sweet William, Gladiolus Blooms, Safari Sunset Leuchedendron and Astilbe.
The Bride's Bouquet was a blushing beauty of "Pink Bridal Akito" Roses and Stephanotis. Accented with just the right amount of bling.
The Bridesmaid's Bouquets were a handtied collection of texture and color. The pink, green and gray color harmony was infused with a sophistocation by the gold "Combo" Roses.
The guys boutonnieres were composed of foliage, succulent offshoots, berries and bits.
Boutonnieres for men who love the outdoors!
Need a great idea for the escort cards.........We take Wheat Grass and expose some of the wonderful root system, trim them with coordinating ribbon and they make a great fresh support for the guest seating cards. The trick is keeping them away from the shop cat Riff until they go out.
He really does love to help.
Sweetheart tables pose a challenge as they are the smallest but most important tables in the room. My solution is to go a bit oversize with the flowers. I hope the guests got the symbolism of the intertwined deer antlers with the two become one and the joining of two lives etc.
Rustic earthiness, glass, water and up lights. Candlelight, bling and of course the delicate freshness of flowers.
EARTH, WATER, FIRE AND LIGHT!!
I will be looking down a lot more now when I hike in the woods.
Incorporating personal items that have meaning to you can give your wedding that original signature that makes the day even more about the two of you.