Oh I just love the vibrance of these fall hues! The sunflowers are so bold and happy while the roses, spray roses and berries bring so much warmth.
The bride’s bouquet featured photographs of her loved ones whose presence were missed but whose love and legacy were felt that special day.
While maintaining a traditional basis with roses in the wedding’s signature coral and a full round shape this bouquet takes on extra charm and texture with white alstroemeria and sprigs of white limonium.
Many brides ask if there bouquet should be similar to the bridesmaids – this picture perfectly illustrates choosing the same flowers for the two bouquets. The similarity of their bouquets brings unity and yet they look very different against the different dress colors. In the bride’s bouquet the coral seems to attract the eye, while in the bridesmaid’s the whites help the bouquet pop against the coral.
More praise and thanks for Melissa of M Failla Photography. Go to her website to see more of her beautiful work!
Lush whites with hints of warm ivory and whispers of blush were chosen for this elegant wedding that took place at Danville’s St. Paul’s Catholic Church.
Photographer Melisa Helm of M Failla Photography captured the details of the day through her lens.
This detail shot captures perfectly the rich textures and shades of white and ivory chosen for the bridal bouquet.
The way the red of these bouquets pop has me enamored. I know we made the bouquets but seeing them ‘in-action’ is making my fall in love with them all over again. The cherry red of the roses is made even sweeter by the rich and ruffled crimson carnations.
These stunning photos were taken by Melissa Helm of M Failla Photography. Melissa thank you for sharing your art with us!