Weekend Wedding Florals – Peachy Wild
As many of you know, I was doing florals for a wedding this weekend, and I absolutely love how they turned out. The wedding was in an industrial winery, so the bride wanted the flowers to be summery and bright, but still very natural and organic to keep with the vineyard esthetic.
I used a mixture of light light peach garden roses, mid peach roses, bright orange dahlias, mango mini calla lilies, hydrangea, hypericum berries, and seeded eucalyptus. The pops of orange and yellow kept the peach from being too sweet, and the seeded eucalyptus added a little drape that lended the traditional round arrangements a little bit of wild, natural flair.
I was super happy with how it turned out. My mother helped me with all of the set up and made all of the boutonnieres, which was beyond helpful! I hope to have some photos from the photographer to share with you soon, since I didn’t get photos of the bride with her bouquet or some other in-the-moment shots.
Have a BEAUTIFUL Monday!
p.s. I know a ton of you are still without electricity around the midwest and mid-atlantic regions. We just got ours back last night after being without for 3 days (which was awesome for the whole keeping flowers fresh and cool thing). Stay safe out there!
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