Green Cymbidium Orchid & Paper Flower Bouquet: A Real Wedding

I have to say that I am continually amazed by technology, social media and the tools available today that help us convey our thoughts and visions.  I met with this particular bride and I was so excited to hear how she was bringing her and her fiance’s personality into the wedding.  From paper flowers to a unique cake topper and converse shoes this event would be unique and fabulous.  I loved that she used my iPad to log into her Pinterest account at our consultation to show me her wedding inspiration board and I love that one of her family members follows me on Twitter.

Event Locations:
Ceremony: Point Defiance Rose Garden
Reception/Dinner: The Old Spaghetti Factory
After Party: Dorky’s Arcade

The Flowers:
Green cymbidium orchids, blue delphinium, blue and green hydrangea, white dahlias, white freesia and purple stock.

Additional Elements:
Paper flowers made of sheet music from the couples personal collection.

Bridal Bouquet:
Green cymbidium orchids with blue delphinium and paper flowers.

Bridesmaid bouquets:
Green hydrangea, blue delphinium, white dahlias and green hypericum berries.

Mother/Grandmother Posies:
2 outside bouquets contain blue delphinium and white dahlias.  The middle bouquet is lavender stock, white freesia, blue delphinium and green hypericum berries.

Centerpiece #1:
Blue hydrangea with fresh basil.

Centerpiece #2:
Potted fresh basil plants wrapped with blue paper and secured with a band of sheet music.

Congrats & best wishes to the bridal couple.  It was so fun to work with you!

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