Kylee and Steven

Last April was amazing, not only because of the crazy weather, but also for the fact that one day in particular was gorgeous. It just so happened to be the day of Kylee and Steven’s huge, crazy, amazing, fun and beautiful wedding. Photos were perfectly done by the Corliss’s, please see their link below as well for more photos beyond the flowers.

http://corlissblog.com/kylee-and-stevens-wedding-day/

Always have to start with that money shot of the bouquet! Perfect!

Always have to start with that money shot of the bouquet! Perfect!

I loved incorporating brooches with the fresh flowers. So glad they decided not to do a full-on brooch bouquet!

I loved incorporating brooches with the fresh flowers. So glad they decided not to do a full-on brooch bouquet!

Simple boutonnieres looked elegant but still manly, made from white bouvardia and ruscus.

Simple boutonnieres looked elegant but still manly, made from white bouvardia and ruscus.

My husband built these gorgeous boxes and we weathered them with vinegar and steel wool!My husband built these gorgeous boxes and we weathered them with vinegar and steel wool!

The aisle was lined with boxes overflowing with amaranthus, roses, queen anne's lace and stock. Beautiful!

The aisle was lined with boxes overflowing with amaranthus, roses, queen anne’s lace and stock. Beautiful!

The inside of the aisle was lined with a thick, full runner of fresh garland interspersed with bright white ranunculus.

The inside of the aisle was lined with a thick, full runner of fresh garland interspersed with bright white ranunculus.

The altar was framed with more custom boxes, balanced with mason jars of ranunculus, roses and lisianthus, and maidenhair ferns.

The altar was framed with more custom boxes, balanced with mason jars of ranunculus, roses and lisianthus, and maidenhair ferns.

The hall was packed with people! Simple yet full  vase arrangements added height, framing the couple and the altar area.

The hall was packed with people! Simple yet full vase arrangements added height, framing the couple and the altar area.

Mr. and Mrs.! Finally! Check out that garland and how those flowers pop!

Mr. and Mrs.! Finally! Check out that garland and how those flowers pop!

On to the reception!

On to the reception!

There were 34 guest tables at the reception, making it the largest I have ever done!

There were 34 guest tables at the reception, making it the largest I have ever done!

Mason jars filled with queen anne's lace, roses, lisianthus, stock and ranunculus.

Mason jars filled with queen anne’s lace, roses, lisianthus, stock and ranunculus.

Each table had one jar of flowers, diy silver mercury glass votives, vintage bud vase of queen anne's lace and a bottle with a single lisianthus atop vintage books.
Each table had one jar of flowers, diy silver mercury glass votives, vintage bud vase of queen anne’s lace and a bottle with a single lisianthus atop vintage books.

The head table, with wooden boxes overflowing with white flowers.
The head table, with wooden boxes overflowing with white flowers.

Close up view of these gorgeous flowers.
Close up view of these gorgeous flowers. Yes, that is jasmine vine!

Bridesmaids carried bouquets of white peonies while the flower girl had a pomander of white spray roses.
Bridesmaids carried bouquets of white peonies while the flower girl had a pomander of white spray roses.

Kelley Farm at night.

Kelley Farm at night.

I love having something old, something new - borrowed, and blue! Here we see a special locket with Kylee's grandmother and a new keepsake charm I made to commemorate the day.

I love having something old, something new – borrowed, and blue! Here we see a special locket with Kylee’s grandmother and a new keepsake charm I made to commemorate the day.

One final look at the most beautiful bouquet! Peonies, bouvardia and roses. Perfect!

One final look at the most beautiful bouquet!                                                                 Peonies, bouvardia, ranunculus and roses. Perfect!

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

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