In Livemore, Calif. this modern bride and groom were married at Murrieta's Well. The bride wanted a soft romantic bouquet using white astilbe, garden roses, white peonies, lisianthks with buds, and maiden hair ferns. Her bridesmaids carried a bouquet with tea roses, lisianthks with buds, ferns, and garden roses. While the flower girl wore a princess crown of white and pink roses. The groom wore a boutonniere using white tea roses and eucalyptus. His groomsmen and ring bearer sported a pink tea rose and eucalyptus boutonniere.
The wedding ceremony had two floral arrangements at the alter, which used white garden roses, white and pink majolica roses, maiden hair ferns, pink astilbe, hydrangea, and seasonal greens.
At the wedding reception, there were six tables number in mossy signs for assigned table seating. In the center of each table sat a short cylinder arrangement lined with green ti leaf. The arrangements continued the pink, white, and green florals but also added in more ferns and dianthus. On the cake rested dianthus, majolica roses, white roses, ferns, and astilbe.
Photo credit: Eva Baker Photography