Heather and Jayson’s Dusty Pink and Charcoal Grey Wedding
I am happy to share with you Heather and Jayson’s Dusty Pink and Charcoal Grey Wedding that took place at the Canyon Ski Resort Wedding Venue.
Our beautiful bride carried a stunning natural hand tied bouquet designed in a compact yet natural style and made with a variety of flowers in dusty rose, blush pink, burgundy and ivory tones including antique blush pink quicksand roses, barista roses, burgundy ranunculus, ivory with blush center white o’hara garden roses and tucks of white lisianthus. For greenery a small amount of silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus greenery were tucked amongst the flowers. The handle was then wrapped with a brown yarn to look like twine.
Designed to perfectly match the bride’s bouquet, yet still stand out against their dusty rose dresses, the bridesmaid bouquets were also designed in a fairly compact yet natural style and made with a variety of flowers in blush pink and ivory tones with small amounts of silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus greenery tucked amongst the flowers and finished off with brown yarn wrapped handles.
Filled with fresh ivory and blush petals the flower girls basket was designed in a brown wicker basket with a fresh floral accent to one side, using matching blooms in blush pink and ivory tones to match those used in the bouquets. A small amount of silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus greenery was also tucked amongst the flowers.
Designed with a cluster of small blooms and greenery taken from the bride’s bouquet the groom’s boutonniere was made in a small “Mini-Bouquet’ Style and the stem was wrapped with twine. His groomsmen, ringbearer and father wore a small cluster of ivory spray roses accented by greenery and wrapped with twine to match the bride’s bouquet.
With beautiful rolling hills in the background, the couple said their vows in front of the Canyon archway that was decorated with a single arrangement of fresh greenery and blooms that sat on the corner behind the bride’s two toned drapery. Salal, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus was used to create a full and natural base. Atop this was a variety of ivory, dusty rose and blush blooms to match those used in the bouquets.
Following this romantic ceremony, the reception boasted a number of floral pieces. The head table had simple thin garland designed with mixed eucalyptus greenery and accented by blooms to match those used throughout the wedding. Guest tables were decorated with mason jars with waterproof lights and filled with babies breath, three ivory roses as well as a few tucks of eucalyptus to finish. The focal point for the reception was the chandelier element that was created using a beautiful combination of fresh mixed greenery. Lastly, the breathtaking two-tier cake was accented using two large and one medium cake corsages, designed with florals and greenery to match those used throughout the wedding.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this blog and you were able to envision this Dusty Pink and Charcoal Grey Wedding and might be inspired to use this design for your wedding.
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