Jordan and Claire had so many wonderful colors and textures in their July 12th wedding! From moody blues roses, salmon ranunculus and burgundy peonies to the blue delphinium, her bouquet was filled with so much texture and vibrant color. We especially loved the touch of specialty fern called Blue Star Fern used in Claire’s bouquet and the compote centerpieces. The colors were lovely complements to his suite and her eyes!
The above features a perfectly posed flat lay by Lauren Lee Photography, the truly talented photographer for this wedding. Claire and Jordan’s invitation suite will forever be saved through photographs now, and made all the more special being framed out with flowers of the wedding day including garden ferns, roses, ranunculus, little delphinium blooms and a touch of amaranthus from our cutting gardens.
You simply cannot get any better natural ambient lighting than a greenhouse venue, and Jorgensen Farm’s Oak Grove location is just the place! Playing off the stately garden setting, we added our simple gold pipe arch lighting accented with a couple of textured, asymmetrical floral pieces.
Amongst the many vibrant blooms of Claire’s bouquet, the soft lavender clematis blooms totally took the show, adding such a soft touch! It’s not always easy to get such beautiful clematis blooms for our wedding clients, but as gorgeous as they were, it was obvious they were meant to be!
Claire’s bridesmaids also enjoyed having colorful, textured bouquets of roses, ranunculus, stock, delphinium and some eucalyptus. They really stand out against their rich magenta dresses.
We totally loved the way this escort card stand was accented with a corner swag of rich green ruscus, eucalyptus, a stand-out kahala rose, blue thistle and deep red spray roses. We also could not resist adding these wonderful lavender passion vine blooms here which we almost forgot we had growing in our cutting gardens. Such a beautifully decked out escort card display certainly makes finding your seat very eye-catching.
Jordan and Claire loved the idea of re-using their ceremony arch as a backdrop to their sweetheart table so everyone could enjoy the flowers longer. On their table we laid a lush garland of various eucalyptus varieties and italian ruscus foliage, and Claire’s bouquet was then added to the table for a touch of color.
In our Fleur De Lis compotes, we arranged feather acacia, baptisia and fern with stock, delphinium, lisianthus, roses, and loosestrife from our cutting gardens.