Black, White & Fuchsia Bouquet: Real Wedding

A crisp fall day was the perfect backdrop to this black,white & fuchsia wedding!

The Venue:
Grand Holiday Ballroom
Olympia, WA

The Photographer:
Jeff Marsh Studios
All images below courtesy of Jeff Marsh Studios.

The Flowers:
White Hydrangea, White Roses, White Ranunculus, White and Fuchsia Freesia, Black Painted Fern Shoots, Black Skeleton Leaves and Black Painted Curly Willow

The Brides Bouquet:
A hand-tied bouquet of white roses, white ranunculus, white and fuchsia freesia, black fern shoots and black skeleton leaves.  We wrapped the handle of this bouquet with pink satin ribbon with black lacing and bow.

The Boutonnieres:
White ranunculus with black skeleton leaves and a black fern shoot.  Wrapped with pink ribbon and accented with black wire.

Ceremony Flowers:
We did two large bubble bowl arrangements of white hydrangea with white roses and finished them with pink satin bows.  Down the aisle were posies of white roses, white ranunculus, fuchsia freesia and black skeleton leaves tied with pink ribbon.

The Reception:
We did two different centerpieces for this reception.  One was a dome of white flowers sitting atop a slim, short cylinder filled with glass beads and finished with ribbon.  The second was a slim, tall cylinder with glass beads and black painted curly willow.  These had ribbon accents as well.

Many thanks to Jeff Marsh Studios for the fantastic images.
Congratulations Trinity & Ryan!  We wish you all the best!

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