Jenalee and Tanner’s Modern Mountain Wedding


Today I am pleased to share with you Jenalee and Tanner’s Modern Mountain Wedding. With flower crowns, gorgeous bouquets, eucalyptus garlands, a sweetheart table and stunning arrangements, this trendy and modern Rocky Mountain wedding offers the perfect inspiration! Check it out!

First of all, our beautiful bride carried a stunning natural hand-tied bouquet. This bridal bouquet was made with a variety of flowers in soft neutral tones including white o’hara garden roses, quicksand roses, ranunculus, lisianthus and waxflower. It was finished with a variety of mixed eucalyptus greenery and an ivory and blush silk handle wrap with trailing ribbons. What a dreamy bouquet! To complete her look, she wore a gorgeous flower crown made of ranunculus and roses.

Furthermore, her bridesmaids wore eucalyptus greenery crowns and carried small posies that perfectly complimented the bride. And of course, we can’t forget the groom and his groomsmen! They wore charming boutonnieres made of a single ranunculus bloom accented by a touch of waxflower and greenery. You can’t go wrong with this classic boutonniere!

Next up, the ceremony and reception locations were decorated with the most gorgeous florals. The welcome sign featured a lovely, fresh eucalyptus garland with accents of white o’hara and quicksand roses. Arrangements made of similar flowers were placed around the room. Also, a feature arrangement of hydrangea, roses, sweet peas, waxflowers and eucalyptus was placed on the sweetheart table. Finally, the table centrepieces were created with salal and eucalyptus garlands placed around tiered candles. Simple and trendy, these modern designs created a sense of cohesion and were perfectly elegant.

I hope you enjoy looking at this stunning mountain wedding and are able to find some inspiration for your own wedding or event. Also, a big thank you to Courtney Ingram for the gorgeous photos!

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