Jason and Danielle got married in Los Angeles County in a beautiful Orthodox Jewish wedding at Nessah Synagogue in Beverly Hills. The color scheme was lavender, blue and white with accents of turquoise.

Danielle’s bridal bouquet was made with light blue hydrangea, white roses, stephanotis and turquoise flower gems that were provided by Danielle. Jason wore a matching boutonniere made with a white rose, stephanotis bloom, and greenery and lavender filler flower. The wrist corsage for one of the moms was made with white roses, greenery, purple filler flower and a light blue bow. The second mom’s favorite flower is carnations so I made a wrist corsage of purple carnations with a light blue bow.
For the reception we went with two different centerpieces in a high low look. The low centerpieces were made in bubble bowls with light blue hydrangea, lavender and white roses and light blue iris. The tall centerpieces were made on top of a cylinder vase filled with turquoise water. The floral pieces were made with light blue hydrangea, lavender and white roses and light blue iris. The three tiered wedding cake was adorned with light blue hydrangea and lavender and white roses.

I loved the color scheme for this wedding. The lavender and light blue was so beautiful together.