5 NovWedding Flowers Favorites
Wedding flowers…..the whole reason I go to work each day!
After the rush of wedding season, I usually have a smorgasborg of bouquets, ceremony flowers, petalled aisles, and numerous other random shots. Nothing that I can group together to make cohesive blog post about…..so why not just put them out there? Here they are, in all their random glory!
This very pretty bouquet was one I designed for a bridal show. This means I can use my creative skills to design something a little off the beaten path. Feather flowers, pearl brooches, orchids, roses, and a full stem wrap of double satin ribbon is all shown to glorious detail in an asymmetrical cascade bouquet.
A slightly different color palette than the usual blush and ivory, this bouquet incorporates a touch of lavender and some peach. This color combo is what places this arrangement in my Wedding Flowers Favorites!
Corsages for the Mother’s and Grandmother’s can be so sweet, as this delicate grouping of spray roses illustrates.
Dahlias, garden roses, and astilbe….what more needs to be said for this Wedding Flowers Favorite.
Hand-crafted arbors are almost as necessary for Muskoka cottage weddings as a lake! These make a beautiful focal point for the ceremony, add some flowers and it’s perfection!
A massed grouping of the Bridesmaids bouquet show off the beauty of the ranunculus.
This beautiful ceremony arrangement (part of a pair) made it’s debut on the Lane at Belcroft Estates for lovely fall wedding.
Hockley Valley Resort is great place for a wedding. The landscape is incredible, the pool gorgeous, the food and drink spectacular, and the wedding tent is ideal spot for your “I do’s”.
While not technically, Wedding Flowers, this set up was for a show at Tangle Creek Golf. But I still love the whole set up with our champagne rosette draping, champagne table setting, gold accents and a mix of pink roses nestled into a foliage garland.
This last one is a rich mix of fall tones and foliages set against a sequin table cloth. This stunning glass wall is at Bayview Wildwood Resort, a great spot for a Muskoka wedding.