The groom's boutonniere had teal blue accent to match his bride while the groomsmen bouts had coral accents to match the bridesmaids.
Groomsmen boutonnieres: yellow and pink ranunculus, a sprig of yellow solidago, ferns & rosemary.
The groom's bout: teal accents with a yellow and pink ranunculus and purple stock.
The bride's bouquet: large, free-form, and filled with beautiful blooms. Tied with teal silk ribbons and a small locket accent buried underneath the ribbons.
Bridesmaid bouquets: wrapped in coral and orange ribbon.
Father boutonniere: a purple anemone, pink ranunculus & yellow billy ball.
Grandmother pin corsage: purple lilac, a pink ranunculus & soft pink veronika.
Mother's wrist corsage: pink ranunculus & purple anemone with a pink ribbon tie under the wrist.
Mother's wrist corsage: yellow ranunculus & purple anemone with a pink ribbon tie under the wrist.
Flower crown for the flower girl.
Details added to the flower girl's flower basket. Her basket was filled with dried lavendar.
An accent for the yellow labrador's collar.
The bride & her friends created fun & colorful accents that were placed around the farm.
What a work of art! I pulled inspiration for the wedding flowers after seeing a photo of the backdrop the bride and her bridesmaids had created. Pinwheels and pom pons made out of scrapbook paper and tissue paper. A gorgeous backdrop that looked fantastic with the similarly matched colors of the bridal bouquets.
A few more accents placed around the farm and created by the bridal party. The small teal table was filled with items that belong to Julia's grandmother.
A little cameo of flowers on the outdoor bar area. Love the little neon yellow hobnail vase filled with a cactus!
Accents placed on the hors d'oeuvres table. English garden rose.
The inside of the reception tent looked like a dream-come-true. The minty linens were topped with mis-matched china plates. Sheets of scrapbook paper were used as placemats. Each eclectic centerpiece featured a woodsy element, several cut glass vases, milk glass bud vases, tiny tea tins filled with succulents, a hand-embroidered table number created by the bride's sister, and colorful flowers like none you have ever seen before... OH! and lemons dipped in sparking glitter!
A few of the table centerpieces included the bridesmaid bouquets... a great way to save money while working on a budget and let your guests see the bouquets up close and personal, too!
Succulents were planted in blue mason jars.
Tin watering cans filled with romantic blooms added a whimsical touch.The bride and groom's sweetheart table was covered in ivory linens and topped off with a sheath of gold sequins. A few days after Julia had sent in her initial wedding consultation form, she had repined a lemon arrangement like this one that I had created for a farm dinner and shared on Pinterest. She wrote on the pin, "I LOVE this!!". After meeting Julia and hearing all about the details, I knew I had to include a lemon arrangement in her wedding somehow. It made perfect sense to use slice lemons as a focal point on the bride and groom's table. I tied lemons into the rest of the centerpieces by placing sliced lemon halves covered in glitter on the wood slices under the arrangements.
The bar inside of the tent featured a flower arrangement placed inside of an antique wooden Kraft American Cheese crate. So neat!The dessert table was filled with some of the prettiest cakes I have ever seen! The bridesmaids set up this display for the cakes, candy & desserts. Wooden crates, china plates, candle holders, lantern, cake stands -- it was beautiful. A few large-stemmed flowers were placed in sliced tree branches and mixed into the display. The cake topper was hand-made out of scrap book paper by a bridesmaid. I absolutely loved it! My absolute favorite part of each wedding is waiting to see the bride's reaction... Julia, your reaction was THE BEST! You immediately teared up and just kept saying, "Oh my gosh. This is getting so real!" over and over and over until Sloane wrapped her arms around you. It was perfect. I got teary-eyed and I turned around to my mother and she was crying, too. Such an emotional moment so happy that seeing everything in its place on your special day caused that kind of joy to pour out of you. Julia, you made the most beautiful bride and you looked HOT and now you are married! (Two of the major things you told me you wanted to accomplish on your wedding day) It was a pleasure working with you and helping bring your vision to reality. I can't wait to see more photos and was so happy when Tommy commented on an Instagram photo I posted and said "Best florist ever!!!!!!" You two are so blessed to have one another. Thank you for all of your trust and for permitting me to work with such beautiful, colorful, funky flowers... and for wearing my Future Folk helmets! - Ami