Chase and Sumer had an incredible fall wedding at The Refuge Golf and Country Club! I loved doing this wedding as it was lovely with fall colors and flowers. It was really very beautiful! Sumer was very open to some of my ideas and it was fun collaborating with her to create her dream floral vision!

Sumer’s bouquet was a stunning combination of fall colors. She for sure wanted dahlias and billy balls and it was so fun to add these textures to her incredible bouquet. Sumer’s bouquet was made with incredible Black Magic roses, yellow dahlias, safari sunset, orangey/yellow mini calla lilies, burgundy hypericum berries, billy balls and greenery that included olive branch and seeded eucalyptus! I loved this bouquet! I loved all the fall colors and all the fun textures! Most importantly Sumer loved it too!!

Sumer’s three bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her bridal bouquet made with Black Magic roses, yellow dahlias, safari sunset, orangey/yellow mini calla lilies, burgundy hypericum berries, billy balls and greenery that included olive branch and seeded eucalyptus! I loved how the yellow popped against their burgundy dresses!

Chase wore a boutonniere that matched elements of his bride’s bouquet and was made with a burgundy rose, burgundy hypericum berry and olive branch greenery. The three groomsmen and father’s all wore boutonnieres made with an orangey/yellow mini calla lily with burgundy hypericum berry and olive branch greenery. What an amazing color pop against their navy suits!

Lining the aisle on the chairs I made a simple hand tied bouquet made with a burgundy rose, burgundy hypericum berry, an orangey/yellow mini calla lily, safari sunset, olive branch and seeded eucalyptus tied with a navy bow. What a lovely aisle Sumer had to walk down!

Finally the reception centerpieces! Sumer, decided to go with a more relaxed feel, using single stems of flowers inside wine bottles. We chose to do a trio of wine bottles, each holding a different flower. One bottle held a yellow dahlia, the next safari sunset and the third a burgundy rose. Around the base of these wine bottles was a trio of flameless candles as well as a lovely ring made with olive branch and eucalyptus greenery along with yellow spray roses and orangey/yellow mini calla lilies. Simple and stunning!

The cake sat on top of a glass tower filled with cupcakes and was simply decorated with a trio of burgundy roses, burgundy hypericum berry and a touch of seeded eucalyptus!

This was such a fun wedding for me to do! I’m so grateful to have had this opportunity and I wish this sweet couple the happiest of lives together!