When you meet a bride who is as tall and stunning as Jill , you know she’s going to make jaws drop on her wedding day – so we knew we had to create something very special! We did a rounded soft and controlled bouquet for Jill with whites and blush pinks using hydrangea, garden roses, café au lait dahlias, quicksand roes and lisi. We kept the bride’s bouquet more blush than her bridesmaid’s who were in pretty blush pink dresses, so that we complimented her dress yet still kept that cohesive look for the bridal party in tact. The groom, Eric, and his groomsmen kept it rustic and simple with a spray rose, and seeded eucalyptus.
For their intimate ceremony at The Palm, we used white and ivory petals with a touch of blush pink along both sides of the aisle leading up to two wine barrels with gorgeous candelabra arrangements and tucked in florals. The setting was intimate and romantic with the gorgeous lighting and wine barrels all around – it really created a stunning backdrop for their vows.
The chocolate candleabras used the bridal flowers and other seasonal types in a rounded arrangement – we moved these to the reception where they joined matching low lush arrangements in glass cylinders lined with black ti leaf. We loved the use of the café au lait dahlias in the centerpieces for this wedding – just a hint of one here and there gave them a special touch! Everything came together perfectly with the venue – elegant with a hint of rustic!
We loved working with Jill on her big day – and we’re excited to say we will be working with her sister Jessica on her big day in March! Stay tuned!
Thank you to Kaemmerling Photography for the beautiful photos!