Talor and Nickole’s wedding was one of my favorite 2019 fall weddings. I loved the burgundy, blush and white color scheme and flower choice and I loved that they incorporated their home state of Montana into their desert destination wedding.

I’d describe this wedding as elegant, romance and rustic all rolled into one. Nickole’s bridal was very romantic using both blush and burgundy roses and lots of seeded eucalyptus greenery stem wrapped with a bridal white satin ribbon. Love how incredible this simple yet classic bouquet turned out! Nickole’s four bridesmaids all held hand tied style bouquets made with blush roses and seeded eucalyptus greenery. I loved how these bouquets looked against their burgundy dresses!

Talor and his four groomsmen all wore matching boutonnieres made with a burgundy roses and seeded eucalyptus greenery.

The ceremony and reception décor is where Nickole brought in the rustic and touches of Montana. An old whiskey barrel with a welcome sign greeted their guests as they arrived at the wedding. I made a floral piece to go on top of the whiskey barrel made with white hydrangea, blush and burgundy roses, burgundy hypericum berry and Italian ruscus, seeded eucalyptus and silver dollar eucalyptus greenery. I love how this piece brought in all the elements of the wedding flowers! Nickole was the first bride to use my new wood arch! I loved how it worked perfectly for her wedding and helped her bring in the rustic and the woods. I made two pieces for the arch; the first went along the top left corner and down the side while the second smaller piece was placed in the center of the front right pole. The two pieces were incredible! They were made with white hydrangea, blush and burgundy roses, burgundy hypericum berry and Italian ruscus, seeded eucalyptus and silver dollar eucalyptus greenery. I was thrilled with how they turned out!

We went with two different centerpieces and looks for inside the reception rent. The first centerpiece was a very romantic and elegant bubble bowl arrangement made with burgundy roses, burgundy hypericum berry and both seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus greenery. I loved this piece! Simple, elegant, stunning! The second centerpiece was tall and brought in Montana’s woods with the branches coming out the top of the arrangement. This tall piece was made in a clear cylinder vase with tall branches coming out and compact white hydrangea and burgundy hypercium berries gathered around the vases opening. I love the look of high and low centerpieces for a wedding reception!

I made a similar arrangement as the tall centerpieces for the welcome table and bar. These pieces were made in a tall clear cylinder vase with branches and both burgundy roses and hypericum berries compact at the vases opening. So pretty!

Last but not lease the dessert table. Nickole was also my first bride to use my wood cupcake tower! She served cupcakes placed on my wooden tower to her guest and she and Talor had their own small cake that I decorated with blush and burgundy roses, burgundy hypericum berry and seeded eucalyptus greenery.

LOVED this wedding and this couple! Wishing them tons of love and laughter together!