This Wente wedding was such a joy to work on with our bride Amy! The color palette of blush, peach and ivory that Amy picked couldn’t have looked anymore gorgeous next to her bridesmaids in blush and the outdoor setting for their ceremony. We had a lot of texture going in the bouquets! We used peach stock, peach callas, isla spray roses, sahara roses and orange berries. Amy’s blushing bridesmaids had a smaller version of her bouquet, creating a very cohesive look that really wowed! The boutonnieres consisted of a sahara rose for the groom and spray roses for the groomsmen, both with orange berry accents - keeping them in sync with the bride and her bridesmaids. Their adorable flower girls in their pearl necklaces tossed some white petals down the already petal scattered aisle with ivory and shades of peach – using cute little rose buds here and there for a pretty touch!
Amy’s wine barrel arrangements were stunning using bridal flowers and other seasonal types – we created two large and round arrangements with lots of texture. They really created an eye-catching ceremony setting for this gorgeous couple’s vows. We also used small arrangements for the hanging jars during the ceremony that really created a nice touch with the aisle and wine barrel arrangements.
For their reception, Amy wanted a little bit of rustic brought into the space, so we used wood boxes to create a low lush arrangement for each table. The guestbook table held one large hourglass arrangement with tall curly willow and a collar of white hydrangea with ivory, peach and isla sprays. It was set right where the guests walked in and really was a nice “wow” factor upon their entrance into the reception! The cake did not go ignored either! We loved how the flowers turned out on their lovely three tier cake, and the use of berries tied it in beautifully with the table arrangements in the rest of the space!
We truly hope Amy and her new husband John had the most spectacular day celebrating their marriage at Wente! Congratulations to you both!
Thank you Adam J. Clark photography for the pictures!