B&D wedding: the flowers

16 Sep

I had so much fun creating all the floral arrangements for my dear friend Brooke’s beautiful August wedding. At the bride’s request I gathered tons of vintage milk glass for the big day and went a little wild picking lots and lots of flowers for their purple and yellow color scheme.

roses, lady's mantle, dusty miller, and a hint of thistle

dahlias and lavender for the maid of honor

garden roses, lavender, and craspedia for the bride

small and tall arrangements scattered along the buffet

hydrangeas from my granny's garden

vintage milk glass, so much fun

moss-covered initials as place holders for the couple

repurposed candle rings from the rehearsal dinner became welcome wreaths

baby's breath and lavender clusters for bar

baby's breath garland made with love by EB

the most fabulous hand cut paper flowers by roygbiv

A huge thank you to the talented ladies that helped so much with this wedding, including  Cara Dee who provided all these amazing images… and of course Miss Anna who was right there next to me crafting and sweating the whole time!

Even more beautiful images from the big day HERE!


2 Responses to “B&D wedding: the flowers”

  1. Hien September 17, 2010 at 9:12 PM #

    lovely work Linds. You are a natural at this. So stoked for you. btw, I love those billy balls or whatever you call them. They keep for an extraordinarily long time too…I still have some from a over year ago

    • Lindsey September 17, 2010 at 9:15 PM #

      that’s good to know, I’m not a big dried flower person but I bet those keep their color and look pretty good.

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