Cory and Addie were such a sweet couple to work with! They came to me after their other florist had to cancel suddenly and had less than a month before their wedding! Needless to say they were a bit worried, but I was happy I was able to step in, settle their fears and deliver beautiful flowers that everyone was thrilled with!

Addie had already worked out everything that she wanted/needed with the original florist, so my job was just to execute it J I have to say the color choice and flower choice was spot on and beautiful! I knew I was going to have fun and love making all this!

Addie’s color scheme was blush, ivory, light blue and sage green. We went with very romantic and elegant flowers (which was perfect for the Refuge Golf and Country Club)! Addie’s bouquet was made with light blue hydrangea, light pink mondial roses (a new fav of mine), white lisianthus blooms and greenery that included both seeded eucalyptus and Italian ruscus. So pretty! I loved how big and beautiful the pink mondial roses opened and also loved that they look like garden roses but at half the price!! Addie’s five bridesmaids carried a smaller version of her 1bridal bouquet and I have to say they looked amazing against their blue dresses!

The décor that was planned for the wedding pavilion at The Refuge really got me excited! Addie wanted greenery garlands with flowers to wrap around the front pillars. I was thrilled with how these pillars turned out! I used greenery garlands made with a variety of eucalyptus and adorned them with light blue delphinium, light pink mondial roses, blush dendrobium orchids and ivory spray roses! So, so pretty! I was thrilled, and more importantly so was the bride!

The chairs along the aisle leading to the ceremony pavilion were decorated with light blue hydrangea, Italian ruscus and an ivory bow with long streamers hanging down! So simple and lovely!

To welcome guests to the reception Addie had a wooden welcome sign. I decorated the top of the sign with a mixed eucalyptus greenery garland with light pink mondial roses and white lisianthus blooms. Sometimes it’s the little touches that made such a huge difference! I loved how romantic and elegant this sign turned out!

The centerpiece idea and design came from Addie! She wanted simple and elegant and I have to say I think we nailed it! The centerpiece design was a trio of clear cylinder vases with pearl trim around the rim resting on a round mirror. Light pink rose petals were placed inside the cylinders and then filled with water and topped with a round flameless candle. At the base of the cylinders I placed touches of seeded eucalyptus greenery with white lisianthus and spray rose blooms. Great design Addie!

Finally the cake! The cake mirrored the rest of the wedding flowers and was decorated with clusters of light blue hydrangea, light pink mondial roses, white lisianthus bloom and seeded eucalyptus. Simple and elegant!

Thank you to this sweet couple for trusting me and wishing them all the love and happiness in the world!