This weekend, I had the privilege of designing flowers for the Laminack Wedding! I think this is my new favorite bridal bouquet! Of course, I've been known to say that before. I love all the different flowers, greenery, and textures involved in the bouquet. They wanted a rich, organic, natural style in shades of burgundy, cream, and green. I was able to work with a few different flowers, that I had never used before, so that was exciting.
The groom's mother was my high school art teacher and she made the wedding sign. The wedding was at their home and they did a beautiful job with everything.
The Bride and Groom!
(Wedding Photo by MS Photography)
Bridesmaid bouquets - they carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet, with dahlias, roses, hydrangea, scabiosa flowers and pods, assorted berries, and foliage. I always love a lush and pretty bridesmaids bouquet.
An un-forecasted rain shower came over the area, as I was loading the flowers to deliver and it rained while I was working on the arch. Thankfully, it was just a light shower and it settled the dust, moved through quickly and the sun came out shortly. They let me use their mule, instead of a ladder and it was great! I had all my flowers handy, a roof for a table top to set my wire and scissors on, and I didn't have to go up and down a ladder one million times!
The view from where I was working.
I was excited and honored to design the flowers for the wedding and have a small part in their special day! Congratulations to Andrea and Luke! Sending Best Wishes for a lifetime of happiness together!