Matt and Amy

A tight cluster of california “escimo” roses surrounded by a shower of seeded eucalyptus (minus the leaves) and wrapped in tulle.

I chose this simple but elegant bouquet after first seeing a similar design at a bridal show while researching for my senior project, which was designing wedding flowers of course!

Some of my 7 bridesmaids used extra white dendrobium orchids in their hair as a fabulous accent piece.

Dresses were periwinkle, creating the perfect backdrop for a mix of hot and light pink roses with white freesia.


The cake was layered with pink and white roses, white freesia, white dendrobium orchids and light pink catteleya orchids.


Large urn arrangements on either side of the altar featured white casablanca liles, pink larkspur, pink roses and lisianthus with a mix of salal, seeded eucalyptus and tree fern for greenery.

The first few rows had swags of mixed greenery including salal, tree fern, and asparagus fern, tied with white swiss satin ribbon. The altar decorations included large urns and candleabras with swags of greenery and ribbon.

This side-view during the ceremony shows the gorgeous garland that was used to swag along the back half of the church.


Ceremony and reception at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Tacoma.

Hair and makeup done for some of the bridesmaids and myself by Hillary Powell of Hillary Faye Design, Sumner.

All photography done by Select Photography of Auburn.


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Floral designer for almost 15 years, doing weddings since 2001. View all posts by bloomweddings

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