Clemence and Jean’s Burnt Vibrant Orange and Copper Wedding

Vibrant burnt orange and copper bouquet with couple

If you are planning an Autumn wedding with florals that burst with vibrant burnt orange and copper tones you have to check out this Wedding. 

The Ceremony was held at the Beautiful Pine and Pond Wedding Venue and featured a striking archway arrangement that was created using fresh salal, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus greenery and variety of autumn toned blooms. It was placed with white drapery on the Pine and Pond hexagon archway making it a stunning backdrop for the couple’s vows.

Our bride carried a natural loosely styled oblong hand tied bouquet with individually placed flowers including  copper toffee roses, terra cotta cappuccino roses, burnt orange dahlia, sweet pea brownies, dried burgundy ruscus, copper amaranthus, and blush astilbe.  These blooms stood out beautifully against tucks of sage toned seeded, cinerea and gunni eucalyptus greenery.  Her groom wore a mini bouquet style boutonniere designed with a cluster of small blooms and greenery taken from the bride’s bouquet.

Similar to the bride’s bouquet, the bridesmaids bouquets were designed in a loose and natural style in an oblong shape. They were half the size of the bride’s bouquet  with more emphasis on greenery than florals.  The autumn tones looked stunning against their copper/burnt orange dresses. 

Moving on to the reception.  The focal point was once again the hexagon archway from the ceremony that now sat behind the head table.  Lush fresh loose greenery including silver dollar eucalyptus, seeded eucalyptus and italian ruscus were placed along the length of each of the 8 foot long tables with toffee and cappucino rose blooms and burnt orange dahlias added throughout for color.

I hope you enjoyed this blog and got some inspiration for your Vibrant Autumn Wedding!

Clemence and Jean’s Vibrant Burnt Orange and Copper Wedding

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