Scott and Carly had a beautiful spring wedding at The Refuge Golf and Country Club. Carly knew that she wanted to have a rustic feel to her overall wedding flower vibe utilizing wood slices, wine bottles and galvanized tins, and after some collaboration and changing of minds about flower types (which is totally normal) we ended up with a design she was thrilled with.

Carly found a photo of a bridal bouquet she loved and it was my pleasure to re-create it for her. Her dream bouquet was made with sunflowers, yellow alstromeria, white roses, white button poms, touches of seeded eucalyptus greenery and stem wrapped with burlap and lace. I was thrilled with how it turned out, but more importantly so was Carly! Mission accomplished!

Carly’s four bridesmaids carried small bouquets made with sunflowers and seeded eucalyptus that were stem wrapped with burlap and lace. I loved how the yellow popped against their navy dresses and how the sunflowers, burlap and lace kept with the rustic feel!

Scott wore a boutonniere made with a white roses, yellow alstromeria blooms and seeded eucalyptus greenery to match his bride’s bouquet. Scott’s four groomsmen and the two fathers wore similar boutonnieres made with white roses, white button poms and seeded eucalyptus greenery while his son (and ring bearer) wore a boutonniere made with yellow alstromeria blooms and seeded eucalyptus greenery.

Moms wore wrist corsages made with white spray rose buds, seeded eucalyptus greenery and both a burlap and lace bow.

The beautiful ceremony site overlooks the lake and has a beautiful domed structure where I decorated the front two pillars with floral pieces made with light blue hydrangea, sunflowers, white roses, yellow alstromeria and lemon leaf greenery. The ceremony chairs were also decorated with sunflowers, seeded eucalyptus greenery and tied with a navy satin bow.

Finally the reception pavilion! The centerpiece Carly created were compiled of a clear mason jar topped with a light blue hydrangea, a small galvanized tin container filled with fluffy babys breath and a wine bottle wrapped with twine filled with a sunflower and some seeded eucalyptus greenery all resting on top of a wooden tree stump slice. Fit the rustic feel Carly was going for perfectly! Finally the cupcake table décor! Carly had wooden crates with lace that held her cupcakes and I helped decorate the table by placing galvanized tins with babys breath around the table and in the crates and then created an arrangement made with light blue hydrangea, white roses and sunflowers in a clear cylinder vase the sat on top one of the crates! So pretty and very rustic!

Thank you to this lovely couple for trusting me to execute your floral vision and wishing you two every happiness!!