Wednesday, May 30, 2012

True Love Tuesday: Breanna & Clint - May 26

May has been a month for Yellow! Breanna came to us wanting yellow and grey, but she wanted to add something a little off-beat to her boutonnieres and corsages. The solution: Felt leaves. And, instead of the traditional flower for the groom and groomsman, she wanted to use Billy Balls. (A personal favorite this season.)

The mix of warm yellows and soft grey in this wedding created a look special for this couple, and something fun for us, too!
For the dads we used a simple yellow Ranunculus, baby's breath, Dusty Miller, and a grey felt leaf. 
Each corsage was made special for each mother and grandmother.  The mother's wore wrist corsages made of a Spider Mum and Dahlia connected to a pearl bracelet. And the grandmother's pin-on corsages with Daisies, Billy Balls, and baby's breath. Each one included the grey felt leaves.

The Bride's bouquet was a mixture of Gerber Daisies, Garden Roses, Stephanotis, Billy Balls, Dusty Miller and baby's breath.

Friday, May 18, 2012

True Love Tuesday: Kayla & Will

Kayla wanted a sweet but beautiful bouquet for her wedding. Does this bouquet not make you want to just go out and sit in your grandmother's garden?! Which is perfect since Kayla had a beautiful garden wedding.

Thanks to Kathryn McGill Photography for the lovely detail shots!


Her bouquet consisted of Carnations, Wax flowers, Aster, Alstroemeria Lilies, Cushion Mums, and Stock.
We couldn't leave out the sweet little corsages and boutonnieres or the fabulous headpiece we created for the bride, groom and their families with coordinating blooms. 

Thanks to Kathryn McGill Photography for this detail shot! 

If you want to see more from this delightful little wedding be sure to check out The Wedding Post

Friday, May 11, 2012

True Love Tuesday: Claire & Nathan

Claire came to us requesting a look that incorporated her love for old books and wildflowers. This is what we created for her romantic outdoor wedding.


Asters, Delphinium, and Wax Flower created a soft romantic look when combined for the corsages and boutonnieres. 
The bride's bouquet was full of  Peonies, Stock, Dusty Miller, and Wax Flower. 
Keeping with the natural look we created bundles of wildflowers with Aster and Wax Flower.