Orange and Blue Wedding

Working as the Teachers Assistant at the Flower shop at BYU-Idaho I have been given many opportunities to design and execute some weddings. One of which you can see here.

Leading a design crew of 3 other girls we completed this wedding in no time. They had 12 of these same center peices that you see to the left. With a stem of delphinium, one orange rose and a piece of bear grass creating a great accent off to the right. The vases that we used were quite small, so that arrangement worked out perfectly. Plus they are great centerpeices because they are tall and skinny enough that you can still have a conversation with the other guest sitting across the table.

To the left you will see all of the corsages and boutoneers that we made. We used orange spray roses, and to make the corsages even more special we added hypericum berries to them. We all know how important our mothers and grandmothers are to us. It added the perfect touch.

Then last but certainly not least I was able to do the Brides bouquet. It was more of the traditional cascade. I love how the white lilies just make the orange and blue pop. And I think that the greens were a great way to help emphasis the cascading effect. I had a lot of fun doing this wedding.

1 comment:

Mary Ann said...

I think this brides boquet is especially striking, and refreshingly different