Fall oranges and reds spiced with bubble gum pink and plum were used in the bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids.
Roses, freesia, calla lilies, accented with berries gave the perfect texture balance to these brilliant blooms.
Two vased arrangements of colorful flowers decorate the altar.
The mothers were presented long stem Circus roses as part of the ceremony, before that they lay on the altar table.
A rounded bouquet echoing the bride’s bouquet adorned the top of the three tiered cake.
Colorful centerpieces were designed in cube vases with flowers that echoed the colors of the rest of the wedding.
Thank you, Tyler and Rachel, for choosing Blossom Basket to be your florist. It was a pleasure to work with you and be part of this very special day.
We owe another big thank you to Mikey and Katie Meints of K Design Photography for sharing these images. See more of their beautiful photography here.
I just can’t say enough how blessed we are to work with all the wonderful brides who choose Blossom Basket to be their wedding florist. Miss C. was no exception. Poised and full of imagination it was a thrill to see her vision come to life!
The bride’s bouquet was full of texture and warmth: Off whites, creamy ivories, and a hint of blush and peach in romantic and vintage textures. For the bridesmaids’ we kept the flowers types the same for constancy in texture but infused more color.
The outdoor aisle was lined with large pots of gypsophila (baby’s breath).
For centerpieces she chose a very deconstructed look that featured loose flowers in heirloom and vintage containers.
The flower girl carried a small nosegay of baby’s breath and berries.
Thank you to the amazingly talented Shannon Leigh Anderson for sharing these beautiful images. See more of her work on her site.