Champaign Wedding Florist – Wedded Whites

The delicate texture of the brides exquisite lace gown was echoed with touches of baby’s breath in the bridal bouquet that featured barely blush roses, creamy ivory spray roses and white hydrangea.

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Photographer Kara Kamienski took these precious photographs full of detail and emotion. To see more of her beautiful work visit her blog.


Pear Tree Estate Wedding Florist – Coral Dream

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.

bg-63 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. bridalparty-15 ceremony-24 reception-41


More praise and thanks for Melissa of M Failla Photography. Go to her website to see more of her beautiful work!


Pear Tree Estate Wedding Florist – Cotton Candy and Sugar Plums

Photographer Kara Evans recently sent over pictures from another beautiful wedding that took place at Pear Tree Estate. This sweet bride loves picasso mini callas- a creamy ivory that fades to a deep plum. Tucked into a bed of pastel roses they were the perfect tie-in to the eggplant bridesmaid dresses. The soft pink and lavender roses carried the pastels throughout the wedding, while the reception was accented with a bolder fuchsia.

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