This travel themed wedding was inspired by the groom's job as a corporate pilot. The dusty rose, navy blue, ivory, gold colors highlighted the great decor of suitcases and handwritten signs of destinations around the world. The bride and groom decided to have a very romantic "non" first look where they held hands and prayed through a curtain before the ceremony. They had a special cord ceremony during the wedding where they tied a rope together to symbolize their union as a couple.
We love the recent trend of tons of greenery added to wedding florals, bouquets and decor! Just see how natural and clean these greenery infused bouquets look, especially when paired with white flowers and these pale, white and soft blue-grey (traditionally known as Winter white) maid's dresses. We really love this photo that brought together these lovely maids with their bouquets to create a perfect long swag of fresh style by Camellia Wedding Flowers.
Colorful Ranunculas, like these charmers by Wedding Florist Adrianne Smith, are the sweet charmers of the floral world. Ranunculas symbolize some lovely qualities and giving them tells someone they are charming and attractive. Now that's a real nice thing to say, thanks Adrianne!
We just love seeing what gorgeous wedding floral creations the talented Anna Nguyen of Classic Bloom Design: Floral Design comes up with and this breathtaking jewel toned bridal bouquet is a perfect example of Anna's talent.