Brett and Leanna got married at The Heritage Museum in Santa Ana. What a GORGEOUS and unique venue!! Leanna had a very specific look that she wanted- simple yet elegant and I think we achieved that! There was also a very subtle Beauty and the Beast theme for this wedding, thus the roses!

I loved the long family style tables that Brett and Leanna chose. The three centerpieces along the blush fabric going down the table center were stunning! I made these centerpieces in galvanized square containers (chosen by the bride) with white hydrangea, white oriental lilies, Sahara (blush) roses, white dahlias and seeded eucalyptus that we sprayed silver. So gorgeous!!!

Leanna is a tall woman so I needed to make her bouquet proportionate to her. Her cascade style bridal bouquet was made with white hydrangea, white dahlias, blush roses and seeded eucalyptus that was sprayed silver. Stunning!! Leanna’s bridesmaid’s bouquets were simple yet beautiful and made with Sahara roses with silver seeded eucalyptus and stem wrapped with silver ribbon.

Brett’s boutonniere complemented Leanna’s bouquet and was made with a Sahara rose, white hydrangea blooms and silver seeded eucalyptus. The groomsmen’s boutonnieres were made with Sahara roses and silver eucalyptus.

The ceremony site was decorated with simple elegance. The chairs along the aisle were adorned with a white hydrangea bloom with silver seeded eucalyptus and a white satin ribbon tied in a bow. The beautiful gazebo was made more lovely with a greenery garland of various types of eucalyptus and white flowers which included white spider mums, white hydrangea and white stock!

What a gorgeous wedding! I was so thrilled with how everything turned out, and better yet so was the bride and her mom!