With the warmer weather these days, I have been loving all of the pastels and dreaming of spring. Today I’d like to share with you Rebecca and Carl’s pastel wedding! Flower crowns, silky dresses, beautiful florals and a touch of sparkle – this wedding was a fairytale!
First, check out our beautiful bride! Rebecca carried a gorgeous cascading hand tied bouquet made with a variety of flowers in pale pink and blue tones with a pop of burgundy. Juliet garden roses, astilbe, astrantia, sweet peas, blushing bride protea, scabiosa and eryngium stood out against eucalyptus greens. What a bouquet! Rebecca’s floral crown was designed with wax flowers at the front and roses and eryngium at the back. Oh, how lovely! You know how much we love flower crowns!
Next up, the rest of the bridal party! Designed using the same flowers, the bridesmaids perfectly accented the bride. Their bouquets were smaller versions of the bridal bouquet and looked so lovely against their flowy dresses! The tie back flower crowns were designed using soft pink wax flower and greenery. As for the dapper gentlemen, mini bouquet style boutonnieres were created using small blooms that compliment the bridal bouquet. What a good looking group!
Now onto the floral decor! For the ceremony, a long green plumosa garland attached to the archway created the focal point at the end of the aisle. (Plumosa is one of those greens that adds a lot of whimsy and movement!) For a pop of floral, two asymmetrical floral arrangements were added made of dahlias, roses, hydrangeas, king protea, and astrantia. At the reception, this beautiful garland was later reused as the florals for the head table! Such a great idea! We love making multi-use pieces!
Finally, one of my favourite parts… the centrepieces! Look at those gorgeous Juliet garden roses! Don’t you absolutely love them!? I love the way the blooms spill out of the lantern. Complete with fairy lights and a bed of moss, these arrangements were so dreamy!
I hope you are able to find some inspiration for your own wedding! Please enjoy the photos from Nicole Park Photography!
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