Peach and Plum

26 Jun

I have known Hana for quite a long time as she is a regular client of mine through her work.  So I was especially honored to be the one she chose to do her florals for her recent wedding.  Since the work we do together usually requires using purple flowers, I was a little surprised that she chose to go with a purple color pallet!  The best thing about working with Hana is that she is flexible and open to new ideas.  So when I suggested using a pale pallet of peach, blush and ivory to coordinate with her plum colored linens and bridesmaids dresses, she was open to the idea and gave me a lot of creative freedom.

The combination of soft colored flowers really complimented the brides beautiful dress.  By adding lavender colored roses to the bridesmaids bouquets it helped tie in the purple to coordinate with their dresses.

Kenny-318 Kenny-244

Kenny-341  Kenny-333

Kenny-107 Kenny-117

Hana wanted to have just a touch of vintage, but still compliment her modern style invitations.  I found the perfect mercury glass pedestal vases to use for the round tables and clusters of smaller mercury glass vases were used for the long tables.  Grapes were added to the larger arrangements adding the pop of purple to the arrangements.  Of course, you can never get too many candles, so I brought almost my entire supply, even creating a backdrop for the sweetheart table with varying sizes of pillar candles.

Kenny-251  Kenny-267

Kenny-261 Kenny-259

The delicious food was prepared by the wonderful team of Tuxedos and Tennis Shoes Catering and Events.

Kenny-299 Kenny-300 Kenny-302  Kenny-290

A special note of thanks to Raquel of Raquel Leal Photography for producing these beautiful photos in record time!

 

 

 

 

Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: