We did this wedding back in October for a nice, fun and easygoing couple from Australia. The bride wanted to have an all white color for the flowers but also wanted to incorporate a rustic-elegant edge. This is where the brown color and wooden element is coming in. The client rented the wooden tables and benches and we provided burlap, twine strings and crates for the wooden theme and kept the rest in white color.
The bride bouquet is an hand tied off white avalanche roses in a posy style with baby’s breaths around the collar and a jute string wrapping up the stem. The bridesmaids are just holding baby’s breaths bouquet that also tied up with jute strings. While the boys are using the same flowers mixtures for their buttonholes as did the girls.
We hanged burlap drapes on the existed pergola, arranged the beautiful wooden benches that the client rented, lined up the floral centerpieces inside jars as an aisle markers, placed a wooden sign and flower cones for flower petals at the back of the aisle.
After the ceremony, guests enjoyed the sunset in front of the beach with canapés and cocktails. There we had already prepared the lounge area with cocktail tables and wooden benches sets. Overlooking the beach, the set up was being complemented with small centerpieces, floating candles on the pool and rattan balls from the lighting company.
On top of the dinner table, we placed mirror runners and also white lanterns with baby’s breaths inside burlap jars together with varied jars or bottles accompanied with small votive holders around. The tables looked inviting at night with the flickering candles and warm lights coming out from our bulbs hanged randomly over the dinner table. I could see from where I was standing, those yellow bursts from the dinner area making the blue – bright sky really standing out. As I enjoyed the work we had done, I saw the couple standing still for a while embracing the moments and smiling.