Today I am pleased to share with you Brandi and Ryley’s Rusty Rose Wedding at Hilltop! This gorgeous August wedding was held at the Hilltop Wedding Centre near Sylvan Lake, Alberta. Featuring rusty rose accents, natural and timeless style and of course, gorgeous florals, I promise this wedding will not disappoint! Check it out!
First, our stunning bride, Brandi, carried the most luxurious natural hand-tied bouquet. It was designed in a loose and natural style with flowers in rusty rose, white and ivory tones including cappuccino roses, playa blanca roses, quicksand roses, white astilbe, ranunculus, astrantia and majolica spray roses with a mixed variety of eucalyptus including gunni, silver dollar and cinerea eucalyptus. The handle was wrapped with a white satin ribbon. I love the depth and texture of this gorgeous bridal bouquet!
Furthermore, the beautiful bridesmaids carried slightly smaller bouquets designed to match the bride’s bouquet yet stand out against their rusty rose coloured floor-length dresses. These bouquets were designed with white and ivory toned blooms including playa blanca roses, ranunculus, astilbe, astrantia and eucalyptus greenery. So beautiful!!
On the other hand, the groom and his groomsmen wore the simple, yet classic, white ranunculus boutonniere. A single white ranunculus bloom accented by a touch of greenery, astrantia and astilbe wrapped with ivory ribbon is pinned on top of the lapel on the left side. These bouts are classic for a reason! They are so timeless!
Moreover, the outdoor ceremony was so brilliantly decorated with greenery and flowers! First, a welcome sign was decorated with a small floral piece designed to match the blooms used throughout the wedding. Clusters of fresh eucalyptus greenery tied with white ribbons were tied as aisle markers on the chairs at the start of the aisle. Finally, a glorious archway arrangement was attached to the corner of the wooden archway. It was created with white flowers including hydrangea, roses, astilbe and astrantia on a base of fresh greenery. What a beautiful ceremony!
In addition, the reception was beautifully decorated as well. A seating sign was decorated with a floral piece of white flowers and greenery. But the tablescapes. They were so classic and elegant! Atop a white linen tablecloth, fresh loose greenery such as Italian ruscus, silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus was placed at the base of tree cookies that held white pillar candles and the table number sign. Accents of gold were used on the votives and charger plates. And the wooden chairs were the finishing touch to creating a welcoming and warm reception venue. So well done.
In conclusion, I hope you enjoyed Brandi and Ryley’s Rusty Rose Wedding at Hilltop. A big thank you to Janine Deanna for the beautiful photos! For a full list of vendors, please see below. Finally, I hope you are able to find some inspiration for your own wedding or event!