The colors for this weekend’s wedding in Sequim are absolutely divine! I just adore the combination of sophisticated jewel tones mixed with the casual feel of wildflowers.
I always start with the bride’s bouquet – picking the most beautiful flowers and setting the tone for the rest of the arrangements. Becka is bucking the trend and wearing a blue dress which should make the colors really pop.
These David Austin Cymabaline roses are some of my favorites – a heavenly scent and the closest thing to peonies at this time of year. Antique green hydrangea and poppy pods give balance to the bright pinks, blues and orange.
The flower girl’s whimsical bouquet is one of my favorites to date.
A poppy pod, purple lisianthus flower and pink freesia make up Scott’s boutonniere and Orange Unique roses, pink lisianthus and pink freesia finish off the mother’s corsages.
And finally some of the reception flowers…