March weddings can be a risk, but when the weather is right, it’s so right. The crisp winter air’s presence is still felt but the warmth from the spring sun is just beginning to bring out new life in the trees, shrubs, and grass.
Rachel’s wedding captured the spring feel and her simple but refined taste perfectly. A new element emerging in popularity for wedding floral is “greenery”. We are finding more and more of our brides are requesting a wide variety of greenery in their floral arrangements over lots of blooms. With Rachel, we incorporated asparagus fern, salal, and pittosporum with dots of pink waxflower, antike roses, and double edged tulips. Mercury glass votives and tapered candle holders were nestled in between the leaves to add romantic candlelight. To balance the heavy greenery look, the other half of the table centerpieces were wood logs bursting with white hydrangea, pink spray roses, and even more tulips. On their sweetheart table, they upgraded our standard setup to a 12 foot greenery garland with roses, ranunculus, waxflower, and candles worked throughout.
We loved the way this look came together, and we can’t wait for our next “greenery” wedding. Maybe fall time . . . with pumpkins! Fantastic!
Centerpiece floral and ceremony décor floral: Cross Creek Ranch
Bouquets: Lizzie Bee’s Flower Shoppe
Photographer: Jamie Huffman Photography
Cake: Delicious Cakes
DJ: Chris Brown
Videographer: 4 Point Productions