Sarah and Drew's wedding was one we almost didn't get to be a part of. Due to their work schedules the date got moved around a few times, and fortunately they chose July, a month that's not crazy popular for weddings. I'm so thrilled that they did, because it was such a fun event to be a part of and I wouldn't have wanted to miss out. Bright beautiful blues, corals, and oranges with just a touch of green and peach were the main colors of the day. The flowers that came in for their event couldn't have been more perfect, a lovely eclectic mix of colors and textures. We also got to use our ever popular grey and white linens. I'll take a good chevron any day of the week. I also created custom bowties for Sarah's ring bearers, and floral crowns for her beautiful flower girls. Their reception was at River Market Event Place, and the photos are courtesy of the ever talented Morgan of Cornerstone Photography.
Thanks you so much to Sarah and Drew for letting us be part of your day, we loved working with you guys!
xo ~ Em
Photos by Cornerstone Photography and emmy-ray
Bouquets were a colroful mix of blue hydrangea and delphinium, orange dahlias, daisy fever few, thistle, coral spray roses, and one of my very favorite flowers of the year, free spirit roses.
Textural, colorful boutonniers with coral spray roses, blue delphinium, thistle, and green hypericum.
The floral crowns were made up of orange dahlias, coral spray roses, blue delphinium, and just a bit of green hypericum berry.
It was crazy hot, so the bridesmaids and Sarah kept their bouquets in the mason jars we use for delivery so they wouldn't wilt during the outdoor ceremony. A quirky and fun touch to their event!
At River Market Event Place they have magnet strips in the wood wall, perfec for creating fun installations. We created magnetic flowers, and hung bud vases all along the wall for a unique focal point behind the head table.