At this past weekend’s wedding, the bride made a special request for synthetic flowers due to various familial allergy issues. And I accepted the challenge. I had several guests comment that they had to feel the flowers because they didn’t believe they weren’t real. She wanted yellow roses and white calla lilies, and since the bridesmaids were wearing teal, we pulled all the colors together with peacock feathers! Here’s a sample:
Bride and Groom
Up close of Cake Decor
Reception Tables with Cake Decor
Reception Centerpieces (the groom hand crafted and polished the wood rounds under the vases).
A special “Grandparents’ Arrangement” to honor each grandparent who couldn’t be there.
A closer look at the Grandparents’ Arrangement
Tossing Bouquet (a smaller version of the bridal bouquet)
Mother of the Bride’s Corsage
Boutonnieres (the only difference for the groom’s was a silver ribbon, to match the bride’s bouquet)
Adorable Flower Girl
A closer look at the Flower Girl’s Basket
Bridesmaids carried 3 simple long stem roses (the groom also handcrafted the bridesmaids’ necklaces!)
Choir rail of greenery and dogwoods with candles
A closer look at the choir rail at the front of the church
Tulle Pew Hangers with glittered teal stems and peacock feathers, wrapped with a silver ribbon to coordinate with the bride and groom
One more Corsage
If you’re in the Greenville, South Carolina area and would like more information about having customized flower arrangements created for your special day, contact us at TheArtisanHoneybee@gmail.com.
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