Taylor and I started talking and collaborating almost a full year before her wedding, however she knew exactly what she wanted and we got it done!

The color scheme Taylor was working with was white and aqua. I took a peak at her Pinterest idea board, gave her some ideas and ended up creating flowers she and I were both thrilled with.

For her bridal bouquet Taylor carried a hand toed bouquet made with white roses with blue dendrobium orchid blooms and a small collar of Italian ruscus greenery. (Tip to my brides loving white bouquets- ONLY do white IF there will be a pop of color in with is! Otherwise it tends to blend in with your dress and all that will end up standing out in your photos is the collar of greenery around the flowers!)

The three bridesmaids wore beautiful aqua colored gowns so we decided to keep their flowers simple and yet beachy/tropical by using white dendroboium orchids with bear-grass. Simple let stunning!

Matt’s boutonniere was made with a white rose with a blue dendrobium orchid bloom and bear grass loop to match his brides bouquet, while the groomsmen matched the bridesmaids and wore white dendrobium orchid boutonnieres with bear-grass loops.

The two fathers each wore boutonnieres made with white roses, touches of Italian ruscus greenery and bear-grass loops. For the two moms, Taylor wanted each to have a different corsage. One mom wore a wrist corsage made with blue dendrobium orchid blooms, Italian ruscus greenery and a white bow. The other mom wore a wrist corsage made with white dendrobium orchid blooms, Italian ruscus greenery and an iridescent bow.

The ceremony arch flower arrangement is one of my most favorite things I did for this wedding! I made a horizontal piece that sat on the top left of a bamboo arch. This beautiful piece was made with white hydrangeas, white oriental lilies, white stock and blue dendrobium orchid stems with Italian ruscus greenery! Stunning!

Finally, the reception flowers! Taylor had white lanterns that she wanted to use and liked the look of flowers kind of surrounding the lantern so we decided to use aqua tiny mason jars and fill each with a different white flower. The four mason jars held white roses, white stock, white oriental lilies and a white hydrangea. The same four mason jars with white flowers lined the sweetheart table along with white rose petals.

Was so fun to do this couples flowers! I hope they have a very happy life together!