A beautiful event can be so many things to so may people. Some on want a GIANT bridal bouquet to make a statement above all statements to elope with only their betrothed. Some want minimal wedding flowers or only greenery, exploding in textures and shapes. Then there was this wedding flower design. Full of luxurious blooms, floral details touched every little part of the day, and every small wedding detail was thought through perfectly.
I mean, just look at this STUNNING invitation suite by Letters & Dust! It matched the bridal bouquet perfectly. With all the soft details and the luscious burgundies.
I designed this custom floral installation for their ceremony decor instead of a standard traditional arch. It was created with locally grown camellia branches and hydrangea perfect placed in on a chandelier hand crafted from wine barrels.
Laurel Ridge Winery has some of the most beautiful rolling hills that are absolutely perfect for your wedding photos.
Their sweetheart table flowers were simple, yet elegant with an arrangement in a footed vintage milk glass vase, over flowing with cream hydrangeas, blush garden roses, and burgundy accents such as ranunculus and of course the perfectly deep green camellia leaves. Along with a camellia greenery garland.
I had to include these detail shots because, just look at them. https://www.anikoproductions.com/ out did themselves! Every time I see this absolutely perfect ranunculus I think about just how beautiful the photo is.
This cascading bridal bouquet features blush garden roses, deep red ranunculus, camellia greenery, burgundy spray roses, blush stock, light pink roses, and red alstromeria. I loved loved loved this wedding bouquet with the classic color combination and the soft romantic garden roses.
The grooms boutonniere is a red ranunculus with camellia accents. I use the ranunculus often because it looks so delicate, yet they are actually rather hardy and will look amazing as you dance your wedding reception away.
How cute is this Bride and Groom!
They opted for gourmet desserts instead of the traditional wedding cake. Kindred Spirits really wanted to incorporate as many of the winery elements as they could when they were designing this wedding. So I used seeded eucalyptus, hydrangea, and ranunculus to create an elegant wedding dessert table.
This whole event was quite beautiful, and I loved every minute of it.