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!
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.
Quite possibly my favorite of our floral additions to a wedding cake. Delicious cake by The Sweetside.
More color was introduced into the reception centerpiece florals with deeper blushes, subtle champagnes and light greens.
Cheers to the Mr. & Mrs.!