Wedding Floral Gallery
A Soft, Romantically Styled Wedding in September for Katie and Craig
Katie and Craigs’ dreamy Ceremony at Our Lady of Peace Church with photography by the talented Samantha Newman Photography
Altar florals are always highly recommended and can really add to the beauty of the ceremony. This couple chose very full and artistic pieces that complimented both the church and their wedding style. Designed in stone sanctuary urns, the neutral florals with pops of apricot and bleached ruscus made a beautiful statement.
Katie’s bouquet was a textured gathering of neutral colors and pops of salmon ranunculus. Consisting of multiple varieties of eucalyptus, quicksand roses, peach juliet garden roses, butterfly ranunculus, lisianthus, and tulips, her bouquet was finished off with raw silk ribbon from The Lesser Bear.
Craig and Katie chose the beautiful St. Charles Preparatory School for their reception. With the venue’s spacious setting and neutral stone finishes, the florals really added such great beauty and warmth to the reception.
Katie chose to have her ladies carry bouquets having a large variety of florals and greenery, creating a very textural look. We loved the contrast of these colorful bouquets against the neutral dresses.
In a room so vast and open, the variety of tall and short centerpieces with lots of candlelight add interest to the space. Our gold harlow stands with large floral pieces and ample greenery spilled down from above while the short gold compotes were filled with many blooms.
A lush placement of eucalyptus around gold taper candles is simply romantic.
Accent florals added to the welcome and escort card signs, the gift tables, and even the cake add more elegance to this romantic wedding look.