Taylor and Tanner’s Dazzling Winter Wedding

Couple with bouquet close up

Today I would like to share with you this beautiful Frosty Winter wedding that took place at the Tin Roof Wedding Venue just minutes away from Lacombe Alberta.  The wedding featured  colors in black, blue and merlot.  

Our bride carried a stunning cascading hand tied bouquet designed in a loose and natural style made with a variety of flowers in rich deep merlot and accenting peach tones. The rich colored blooms included such flowers as magenta protea, plum ranunculus, blackberry scoop scabiosa, navy viburnum berries, blue eryngium thistle, burgundy amaranthus, burgundy snapdragons, peach roses and spray roses, peach stock, mauve astrantia and pale peach juliet garden roses.  Between the blooms were a variety of mixed eucalyptus greenery including baby blue, seeded, silver dollar and gunni eucalyptus and the handle was wrapped with a rich black velvet ribbon.

Her bridesmaid bouquets were designed with fresh mixed eucalyptus greenery and accented by blue eryngium thistle. These were made to compliment the bride’s bouquet perfectly while allowing her bouquet to be the star of the show. The handles were wrapped with a black velvet ribbon.

Mothers and Grandmothers of the couple wore a small cluster of pale peach spray roses accented by burgundy astrantia, greenery and a touch of ribbon giving. 

In addition to our beautiful ladies, our handsome groom wore a small mini-bouquet style boutonniere designed with a cluster of blooms and greenery taken from the bride’s bouquet wrapped with a black velvet ribbon. His groomsmen and fathers and grandfathers of the couple wore a small and simple cluster of mixed eucalyptus greenery, accented by navy eryngium and wrapped with black velvet ribbon.

In conclusion, If you are looking to have a winter wedding I hope these wedding florals caught your eye!

Taylor and Tanner’s Dazzling Winter Wedding

Elizabeth Marie Photography

Calyx Floral Design

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