This wedding features my top 5 favorite flowers that I have designed, not to mention amazing photography! The bride’s bouquet featured apricot-colored garden roses, peach roses, apricot alstromeria, gardenia leaves, mini green hydrangea and caging with curly willow – all hand-tied with an ivory satin wrap.
I loved the color scheme of this wedding because of how everything coordinated so well. The bride’s dress had an unusual but amazingly gorgeous lace overlay with apricot-peach undertones, so I worked hard to find the PERFECT roses.
I searched for the perfect terra-cotta/apricot colored ribbon, which made beautiful yet understated bows which capped cascading trails of ivy and plumosus fern; perfect pew adornments.
The gorgeous vase arrangements on either side of the altar made beautiful impact pieces without being gaudy. These were made with roses in varying shades of peach and ivory, as well as alstromeria and greenery.
This was a first for me, getting to create this amazing initial “C” to decorate the guest book table. My only regret is not making sure they had a stand of some kind to help stage it a little better…but still, it was awesome! Covered in roses and mini green hydrangea.
Bridesmaids wore brown dresses with cream-colored sashes, and their bouquets featured light pink and apricot colored roses, mini green hydrangea, apricot alstromeria, green hypericum berries and some caging with green curly willow.
If the background looks strangely familiar, that’s because these shots were taken outside of the EMP downtown in Seattle. I loved these flowers and how everything looked in this amazing wedding!