Sarah chose a lovely color palette of lavender, purple and white for her wedding at Loch Nairn Golf Course. This was my first time there and it was beautiful! Sarah wanted a rustic feel for her wedding and so we used twine and produce baskets to that effect with an array of gorgeous summer flowers. I also owe a big thank you to Jenn Childress, photographer extraordinaire, for trusting me with her brother's wedding. You're the best!
One of my very favorite bouquets. Flowers included roses, lavender lisianthus, white freesia, purple calla lilies, and a few purple carnations. To add to the rustic look I bound the flower stems with twine. Dustin wore a Picasso calla lily boutonniere.
This is the bouquet for the Maid of Honor made up of purple, lavender, and white lisianthus with a few scattered purple carnations. Bridesmaids carried similar bouquets - without the carnations. All were secured with twine wraps. Groomsmen wore boutonnieres of purple lisianthus to match.
Sarah purchased produce baskets for her centerpieces. We filled them with dahlias, carnations, mums, and waxflower - which are less formal flowers, but not less appealing. Dahlias are such a gorgeous flower and come in amazing bi-colored and solid colors. I added the ribbon because it matched the bi-colored dahlia we used so perfectly! I love this one!
Congratulations to Sarah and Dustin! May you have a long and happy life together!