Last August we put wedding flowers together for our bride Jessica. The decor and flowers were kept clean, feminine & romantic. This look has it’s place in wedding flowers, especially with a backdrop like Melrose Market Studios. I am an ardent fan of soft & elegant blooms, as well as straight lines, metal & wood and sharp angles. The juxtaposition of the two makes for a striking, yet harmonious combination.

We used a mix of roses (some of my favorites: quicksand, karmel antike, sandy femme, garden spirit, juliet, white majolika spray, helga piaget, patience to name a few… ), delphinium, lisianthus, stock, hydrangea and dusty miller & lambs ear foliage tucked in for their velvety touch.

Thanks to Amanda Lloyd of Lloyd Photographers for documenting the flowers and the night so well!

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We hung additional market lights to brighten the altar space. And scattered hurricanes & pillar candles with white rose petals down either side of the aisle.

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Quite possibly my favorite of our floral additions to a wedding cake. Delicious cake by The Sweetside.

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More color was introduced into the reception centerpiece florals with deeper blushes, subtle champagnes and light greens.

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Cheers to the Mr. & Mrs.!