The Orchid, in Azel, was the perfect venue for our romantic yet, a little bit, rustic wedding.
I so loved her bouquet! The bits of lilacs, cream roses and white stock really help it stand apart from her dress. I am always telling my brides to think about how your bouquet photographs; it will look different from afar than up close. Scroll on down and you will see what I mean in the group shot. If we would not have had a bit of cream and texture in this, it would not have shown up nearly as much.
Thank you Lifestyle Portraits for these super cool shots!
|Soft and romantic, the bits of blue really were one of my favorite things!|
|The Orchard was happy to lend the vases, so all we had to do was pop|
in the flowers and what a dollar saver that was!
|The brides bouquet, looks so creamy against the|
Instead of using one vases we used 3 smaller vases. We put one single hydrangea in each, this way we could fill more space in the table and create a fuller look than really the budget allowed.
|Love the detail in this; the bride did a great job!|
I really love doing Boutonnieres! Below, I used single bloom Lizzyannthus in white and blue Muscuri for the groomsmen. It is the same little bit of blue that we used in the girls bouquets.
|This centerpiece above, actually was from the rehearsal dinner the day before! The wonderful soon to be mother-in-law arranged for us to do coordinating pieces and took them to the wedding site! How cool was that|