Gardenia, Rose & Calla Lily Bouquet: Real Wedding

I think one of the coolest things about working with weddings and events is seeing certain design elements evolve over the course of time. With this wedding we started with idea of using purple and ivory flowers with the only set-in-stone element being the picaso mini calla lily boutonnieres (the grooms request). Once we got going with some ideas we added a deep red into the bridal bouquet and centerpieces giving a rich contrast to the floral designs at this summer wedding.

The Venue:
Museum of Glass
Tacoma, Washington

The Photographer:
Alante Photography

The Flowers:
Gardenia, Roses, Garden Roses, Mini Calla Lilies, Lisianthus and Hydrangea

The Bridal Bouquet:
A hand-tied bouquet of deep red roses, dark purple mini calla lilies, white lisianthus, cream garden roses and gorgeous gardenia wrapped with deep purple ribbon.

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The Bridesmaid Bouquets:
Bouquets of lavender hydrangea, Picasso mini calla lilies and cream garden roses popped against the background of the bridesmaids dark purple dresses.

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The Centerpieces:
Lavender hydrangea, white lisianthus, deep red roses, cream roses and freesia arranged in it leaf lined glass cubes sat on all the tables.

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A few more shots from Kimberly at Alante Photography.
I love how she captured these moments!

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Congratulations to the bride and groom! Wishing you many years of love, joy & happiness!

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