Hanging silk ribbon is one of our favorite details in creating bridal bouquets a. It's such a little detail that truly complements the romance of any wedding day. We are working on a fun little project that will allow you to see a lot more of our silk ribbon fun very soon!
Also can we talk about the simplicity and gorgeousness that is all white floral with greenery against classic black suits and soft blush dresses? We love how these colors will stand the test of time and ever-changing bridal styles. And the classic dip-kiss shot...how amazing are these as well?!
Jennifer and Doug's joy on their big day was just as large as the gorgeous Ohara and Escimo roses that filled Jennifer's bouquet. And Cotton Collective can always play with magic to capture the best sun-filled images!
To accent the heartfelt ceremony, we covered the altar cross with lots of greenery and lush blooms. We also utilized our large white urns and wonderful white pillars to place two grand arrangements at the entrance to the isle.
We continued the lush blooms and greenery into the reception entrance with varying gold mercury bud vases and garland. The garden feel that started with the bouquets, was carried into the ceremony with the cross and urn arrangements, straight through the reception entrance and became a full garden experience in the ballroom!
For the head table, we created one of our favorite table garlands with the wonderful draping of the lush greenery and blooms onto the floor. Also we got to utilize our new taper candle hurricanes which are very quickly becoming a studio favorite! We continued the garden feel by draping the spit staircase in greenery, blooms and pillar candles.
And then the cake! We absolutely love taking the best blooms and tiny little buds to create a wonderful floral sash! Sometimes we allow the cake artist to place the blooms that we chose but in this case, we exercised our creativity and were quite happy with the results!
We loved transforming Ashton Gardens West into the perfect garden reception for Jennifer and Doug. We wish them all the best in their lives and marriage! Cheers! XOXO