Royal Blue and Silver church wedding ceremony and reception. For his or her vintage tiki-inspired wedding ceremony, this couple enlisted Jaclyn Journey to create centerpieces of of backyard roses, scabiosa, fringe tulips, poppies, protea, sweet peas, carnations, privet berries, hyacinth, and geranium leaves, flanked by brass candles and fruit.
Tables at this welcome dinner have been set with containers full of peonies, roses, protea, pieris buds, and succulents from Naked Root Flora Silver-painted antlers gave the arrangements a desert, boho edge. At this winter wedding ceremony, low arrangements of assorted white flowers from Gillespie’s Flowers were surrounded by candles of varied heights, and set on white sequined tablecloths that had been meant to imitate the look of contemporary snow.
These bright and cheer centerpieces made by the groom’s sister Tammy Hanson and mother, Carol, were organized with five different styles of dahlias, backyard roses, tea roses, spray roses, crab apple branches, rose hip branches, seeded eucalyptus, and raspberry leaves.
Roses, ranunculus, jasmine, candy peas, flowering jasmine, maidenhair ferns, fritillaria, and chocolate cosmos from Amy Merrick have been organized in vintage-inspired pedastals at this winter marriage ceremony in Alabama. Tables at this marriage ceremony had been adorned with backyard-contemporary preparations that included coneflowers, dahlias, roses, sedum, lisianthus, and hydrangea from Glorimundi.
The softly shaded centerpieces from Santa Barbara Style included hydrangeas, peonies, orchids, and a scattering of a few on-theme seashells. Free-form centerpieces set in low picket trays combine peonies, viburnum, dogwood, green parrot tulips, spirea, sweetpeas, double lilacs, maidenhair fern, and fiddleheads.