It's always a special moment when a longtime friend asks you to do their wedding flowers. It's fun hearing their planning process and see them go through the motions any Client does. This particular Client told me they always knew I would do their wedding flowers without hesitation and needing to look at other Florists. I always joke," Always the Florist, Never the Bridesmaid." I am so incredibly honored to labor these gifts of love. Thank you for including me in your Special Day Aaron. I had such a fun time coordinating your florals with Jen. Congratulations! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness!
The men wore Charcoal Suits with Sage accents. To make the Groom distinct he adorned a boutonniere of White Spray Rose and Succulent. Eucalyptus Seeds and Foliage complimented the design. The Groomsmen wore a similar design; however, with a Eryngium blossom instead of Succulent.
The Bride held a bouquet of Peonies, Polo Roses, Pink Mondial Roses, and mixed Succulents. Seeded Eucalyptus and Yarrow Foliage poked throughout the canopy and draped over the edge of the bouquet adding a softness.
The Bridesmaids carried bouquets of Baby's Breath and soft peach roses. The Flower Girls graced Baby's Breath Floral Halos while tossing Rose Petals.
The Ceremony took place under the Backyard Pergola, where we draped it with White Chiffon Panels and Burlap. Two arrangements softened the edges and allowed for a more Garden type setting. The flowers complimented the Bouquets and Boutonnieres.
The Client's decorated mason jars filled with Baby's Breath and Peach Roses ran down the centers of the banquet tables.
Photography: Jeramie Lu
Floral: A Floral Affair