This past weekend was a hot one! We had three weddings, all of different styles. As always, we were happy to work our magic and create some dreamy bouquets that you can see below:
Our first bride carried creamy ivory and lavender roses with pops of purple provided by lisianthus and lavender.
Her bridesmaids carried these complementary bouquets to keep the purple party rolling.
The flower girl carried this mini bouquet for a fun and cohesive look
Our next bride who got married outside, under the trees, at 4 pm on a 93 degree day, with showers threating, carried creamy ivory and pale yellow roses along with dark blue delphinium, thistle, and some queen anne’s lace for a bouquet full of texture!
Her bridesmaids had big beautiful smiling sunflowers to carry down the isle, which were a perfect look for our extremely hot weather.
The place card table arrangement was a perfect mix of both bouquets, and looked great against the green walls at The Montour Heights Country Club.
Last but not least, our third bride was all about the soft dreamy look of pastel roses, ivory garden roses, lisianthus, and dusty miller.
The bridesmaids fell right in line with the dreamy and romantic feel. Their bouquets used the same color palette which looked great against their navy dresses.
The nine-year-old junior bridesmaid loved her cute and whimsy bouquet which matched the bridesmaids wonderfully, and made her feel so grown up!
Three lovely brides, three beautiful weddings, and three more “happily ever afters” that make our passion for weddings that much stronger.