coral bouquet, succulent bouquet, Winery wedding, Niagara wedding florist, Lush Florals

Three items that are most likely to make me gush when incorporated into a bouquet are Peonies, garden roses and succulents.  Sarah was a girl after my own heart with the style of bouquet she wanted: vibrant and textural.  We paired her soft peonies and garden roses with blushing bride leucadendron and succulents.  The grey brunnia berries and dusty miller foliage provided the perfect grey accent.  Her girls carried very soft bouquets of baby’s breath which were perfect against their coral dresses.  They also worked very well with her vintage, rustic theme for the wedding

Sarah's bouquet

Sarah coral bridal party

Another great perk to doing Sarah’s wedding was getting to see 2 previous brides again!  Keyla and Ashley were a part of her wedding party!

Anne Kaufman Photography

Anne Kaufman Photography

Sarah got crafty and made her wine bottle table numbers and her lace covered mason jars for her reception at Caroline Cellars.  We added a simple and soft mix of hydrangea and baby’s breath.  The entire arrangement was placed on log rounds.

Anne Kaufman Photography

Anne Kaufman Photography

We also cannot take the credit for Sarah’s ribbon backdrop that she created with her Maid of Honour.  Soft clouds of baby’s breath were placed on our rustic barn board pillars for the ceremony.

Thanks Sarah for being an absolute dream to work with!  Your relaxed nature was so enjoyable!

 

 

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