Friday, July 15, 2011

white and gray wedding flowers

I had the wonderful opportunity to do the wedding party flowers for a lovely wedding this weekend.  I actually never got to meet the bride - she lives in Australia, but got married here, and we did all of the planning over the phone and email.  And when I delivered the flowers, I met her sister.  So I'm hoping to get some pictures from the photographer so I can see 1) how the wedding all turned out and 2) what this lovely bride looks like!

But until then, I'm happy to share some pictures I got of the flowers.  She wanted to stay simple and traditional, so we went with all white flowers - roses, tulips, lilies, and freesia - and some greenery.  I really like how elegant all white wedding bouquets can be.

The bride's bouquet (center) with the bridesmaids' bouquets on either side

All of the boutonnieres and mothers' corsages.  I didn't have time to take individual pictures... but you get the idea.  White roses with greenery and either some baby's breath or freesia.

The bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets - white roses, tulips, lilies (in the bride's) and freesia.  The bride's had a gray wrap, the bridesmaids' a white wrap, with pearl pins.


  1. I really love roses. They are really classic and elegant. Thanks for sharing this post to us.

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