This late spring wedding was full of all the most beautiful blooms in all different shades of pinks and a touch of white to bring in some softness. Of course, since it was peony season, we used lots of them in all different colors & sizes. The Piper Palm House is already full of lush greenery, so we added a touch of a clematis vine to tie it all together. Jordan & Jason were the sweetest couple and had the most beautiful day for their wedding!
Pretty little detail shots are always a favorite of mine! I love how Andy incorporated the silk ribbon we tied on all the floral bouquets to this wedding ring image (above).
And how sweet is this picture of the bride and her bridesmaids!! I love how the pink flowers popped off their dresses. Perfect flower / dress combo! And don’t miss our bridal bouquet breakdown (keep on scrolling)!
Since it was prime time for peony’s we used multiple varieties of the flower in shades of blush, white and bright pink. Aren’t these fluffy blooms just so dreamy and romantic?! Every time I go to the flower mart and they have peony’s available I have to grab a bunch! Did y’all know that for every wedding I make a special trip to the flower mart just to hand pick out the freshest, most beautiful blooms that are special to that time of year?! I think it’s those little touches that make a floral piece stand out. (side note- I still pre-order the majority of flowers 30 days before the wedding – I mean there’s no way I would just walk in the week of the wedding needing everything…stress city!! I hand pick those special flowers that I have no clue what they are called or really anything about them, but they are just extra gorg! It’s usually just a few bunches to add in some texture or movement- like this wedding it was the clematis vine. I had other greenery ordered, but fell in love with the shape of this vine so just used the ordered greenery in the centerpieces and am so happy I did the swap!)
As promised here’s the bride’s bouquet flower breakdown:
- garden rose
- wax flower
- spray rose
- clematis vine
Photos by Andy Carretto Studio