Angie and Kix’s Awe-inspiring Autumn Wedding
I am happy to share with you this Awe-inspiring Autumn WeddingWedding. The setting was gorgeous accented by florals in neutrals with pops of red, copper and burnt orange.
Our breathtaking bride carried a stunning handtied bouquet designed in a loose and natural style with an organic oblong shape and made with a variety of flowers in soft antique tones with contrasting deep red. The flowers used were antique blush pink quicksand roses, white sweet peas, red locally grown dahlia, pampas grass, bunny tail, mocha lisianthus, copper cymbidium orchid blooms, white ranunculus and burnt orange stuartiana. The Greenery included silver dollar and cinerea eucalyptus. The handle was wrapped with a simple satin to match the flowers.
Her bridesmaid bouquets were designed to perfectly match her bouquet yet still stand out against their cashmere colored dresses. The bouquets were made with a variety of flowers in soft antique tones with contrasting deep red and included antique blush pink quicksand roses, white sweet peas, red locally grown dahlia, pampas grass and bunny tail, and burnt orange stuartiana eucalytpus, white ranunculus and mixed greenery.
In addition to our beautiful ladies, our handsome groom wore a boutionniere designed with a variety of flowers to match those used in the bridal bouquet. A single red ranunculus bloom accented by pale blush astilbe, bunny tail and a variety of eucalyptus greenery. The groomsmen and family boutonnieres were designed to match those used in the groom’s boutonniere and were created with a smaller bloom of red ranunculus, pale blush astilbe, bunny tail and a variety of eucalyptus greenery.
The Ceremony florals included a single large arrangement of fresh greenery and blooms that was placed at the top center of the bride’s archway. Greenery such as salal, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus were used to create a full and natural base. Atop was placed a variety of blooms to match those used in the bouquets and throughout the wedding including dahlia, roses, dried pampas grass, cymbidium orchid and sweet pea blooms.
Following the ceremony the archway florals were hung over the head table at the reception. The guest tables were decorated with a large and small mason jar that sat atop the bride’s wood cookie. The large jar was filled with 3 red dahlia blooms and silver dollar eucalyptus, the smaller with a cluster of babies’ breath.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this blog and you were able to envision this Awe-inspiring Autumn Wedding and might be inspired to use this design for your wedding.
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