Tangerine submerged into Murrieta's Well

When we met Cassandra just weeks before her wedding we went over her color palette of shades of tangerines. Tangerine is the hot trend for fashion and flowers for the summer of 2012.  Getting married on a Thursday at the beautiful Murrieta's Well Cassandra wanted to work off the rustic appeal the The Well brings to an event. Cassandra's bouquets was full of texture using succulents, stock, roses, lisianthis, peach juliette garden roses.  Cassandra only had one other attendant to stand next to her so we just created a smaller version of her bouquet.

Steve's boutonniere was created of elements from Cassandra's bouquet of hen and chick succulent, spray roses and accent of dusty miller.

Steve and Cassandra decided to use the arch piece that Murrieta's Well has on the property.  We used the same flowers as in her bouquet. We continued the softness of greenery coming down and around the sides of the arch so the black iron is not so harsh next to the bride and groom.

The cake was layers of flowers in between each section making a small cake look huge and impressive that sets the tone in the room.

We did two different centerpieces for the guests tables, a single low lush and a trio using three different vases creating depth and interests to each table.

Congratulations Cassandra and Steve.