This gorgeous spring wedding featured a beautiful combination of contrasting cobalts and corals with chevron and silver accents. The ceremony took place at the elegant University Place Christian Church with a reception following at the Refinery. We love the look of the lush rose mixture in shades of corals, soft oranges, and warm pinks against the bride’s ivory lace gown and contrasting navy bridesmaids dresses.
An elegant altar arrangement played double duty across the head table at the reception. Simple cylinder vases filled with stock, orange gladiola, and gerbera daisies brought color and whimsy to each table.
Thanks to Wright Photography for sharing these stunning wedding photos with us. For a portfolio of their work check out their gorgeous new website.
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Get the look for less by letting us help you design your bouquet! While there are many beautiful design examples out there on the internet, sometimes there can be confusion about what to expect and what is realistic when making your floral decisions.
We want to help you create your dream look at any budget. The bridal bouquet we designed for Anne’s wedding is a perfect example of how we can achieve a look similar to the bride’s example bouquet at her budget by adjusting the types of flowers we used but still staying in the proper color scheme.
Anne’s inspiration was full of rich cranberry and warm goldenrods in a loose, gathered style. While we used some of the same flowers including the peach stock and red roses, we achieved a similar look by using more economical flowers such as yellow goldenrod in place of astilbe and orange carnations in place of ranunculus. The loose and gathered look was brought together with the help of interesting greens such as eucalyptus and ruscus. We love taking inspiration and bringing it to life! Let us help you design your dream bouquet at any budget.
Thomas & Emily approached us looking for a sophisticated wintry wedding and we paired their personal style with accents of rich, jewel, indigos and plum. St. Johns Catholic Chapel served as a regal and elegant backdrop perfectly in tune with the elegance of the wedding with photos to follow at the Japan House and the Refinery. Thank you so much to Anna Zorn Photography for sharing such stunning photos with us and allowing us to relive the day all over again!
The bouquets were a perfect compliment to the beautiful oasis blue dresses and ties worn by the wedding party!
A bridal bouquet of white Eskimo roses, blue dendrobiums, deep plum carnations, and baby’s breath accents.
How adorable is that indigo cape!?
I love the idea of individualized bridal party gowns. What better way to let your wedding party pick a style they love in a flattering fit?
Congratulations to the newlyweds Thomas and Emily! To a life of love and happiness!