Amber and Nick’s Sheraton Wedding

Bride with bridal bouquet of blush roses, burgundy dahlia and eucalytpus and bridesmaids in burgundy with quicksand rose bouquets

Amber and Nick’s Sheraton Wedding, both elegant and romantic, was held at the Cambridge hotel in Red Deer, formerly known as the Sheraton. The ceremony took place in the Palermo Room followed by the reception in the Tuscany Room. Check out the details from this beautiful indoor wedding! 

First of all, our gorgeous bride, Amber, carried a stunning hand-tied bouquet. It was designed with burgundy dahlias, white o’hara garden roses, ranunculus, quicksand roses, chocolate cosmos and rose gold painted scabiosa pods. It was finished with dusty miller and eucalyptus. As for her bridesmaids, they carried bouquets designed in a matching style but made of quicksand roses, seeded eucalyptus and dusty miller. Aren’t these bouquets just gorgeous?!

Next up, the groom and his groomsmen. They wore boutonnieres designed with an ivory spray rose, rose gold scabiosa pod and a touch of eucalyptus. The perfect compliment to the bride’s bouquet. Fun fact: did you know ‘boutonniere’ is the French word for ‘buttonhole flower’? We love this little tradition! 

Anyways, moving on to floral decor, this wedding was brimming with gorgeous florals that really carried the elegant and romantic feel throughout the whole event. Full and lush arrangements in alternating low and tall vases added a ‘wow’ factor to the space. These were used in both the ceremony and reception to create focal points at the end of the aisle and head table, respectively. As for the centrepieces, they were filled to overflowing with fresh blooms in colours to match those in the bouquets. Even the cake was decorated with roses, dahlias and eucalyptus! 

What a stunning wedding! I hope you enjoy browsing through these lovely photos from Candy Koated Studio and are able to find inspiration for your own wedding or event! 

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