Colene and Brian’s Stunning Sage and Blush Hilltop Wedding
I am happy to share with you this head turning Hilltop Wedding. This wedding showcased gorgeous florals in sage green and blush colors
To begin with, our dazzling bride carried a natural hand tied bouquet with both individually placed flowers, a variety of dried elements and tucks of sage toned greenery. The bouquet was designed in a loose and natural style with a slightly elongated shape. In white, ivory and blush tones the bouquet popped with flowers such as antique blush quicksand roses, blush hanoi ranunculus, white sweet peas, white phalaenopsis orchids, soft terra cotta cappuccino roses, mocha lisianthus and white phalaenopsis orchids. The dried elements used were pampas grass, dried palms, bunny tail and bleached ferns. Finishing off this beauty, tucks of cinerea and gunni eucalyptus were added throughout.
Next the daughters bouquet was designed similar to the bride’s bouquet and designed in the same loose and natural style. This Bouquet was made using a variety of flowers in white, ivory and blush tones including the same flowers, greens and dried elements that were used in the bride’s bouquet.
Designed to match the bride’s bouquet the groom wore a single white phalaenopsis orchid bloom accented by a touch of bunny tail, bleached fern and eucalyptus greenery and wrapped in blush. His bestman wore a single blush ranunculus bloom accented by a touch of bunny tail, bleached fern and eucalyptus greenery and wrapped in blush to match the bride’s bouquet.
Also matching the brides bouquet, the mother of the bride wore a ivory pearl bracelet corsage made using a single white phalaenopsis orchid bloom accented by a touch of bunny tail, bleached fern and eucalyptus greenery and wrapped in blush.
Surrounded by the lush green countryside guests were welcomed to the ceremony by a beautifully crafted sign and an accent floral piece created with florals to match those used throughout the wedding. The eye catcher of the afternoon was the rectangular archway adorned with a large cloud-like arrangement of fresh greenery, dried elements and blooms spanning the top of the archway and down one side. The lush base of greenery was made using italian ruscus, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus. Atop this was placed a variety of dried elements such as pampas grass, lunaria and bleached bracken fern as well as beautiful white and blush blooms including hydrangea and roses. Adding to the visual charm of the ceremony the aisle was lined with clear glass jugs filled with tall pampas grass and cinerea eucalyptus.
Following the romantic ceremony, the reception took place in the exquisite Hill top tent. The ceremony archway florals were moved indoors and re-used as a backdrop behind the Sweetheart table. To add to the floral wow factor a stunning centerpiece was placed in the center of the table draping down the front and extending to both sides in front of the bride and groom. This arrangement was designed using a variety of florals to match those used throughout the wedding with a tuck of sage toned greenery added.
Three mixed bud vases filled with a variety of florals and a tuck of sage toned greenery were placed on each guest table. Together with the bunny tail adorned napkins the tables looked stunning.
Designed with blush quicksand roses and gunni eucalytpus the cake florals sat on the side of the first tier of the two-tiered cake and the bottom was enhanced with a solid row of roses and greenery.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this blog, and you were able to envision this Sage and Blush Wedding and might be inspired to use this design for your big day.
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