Goin to the chapel…
I had the pleasure of stopping into Plum Sage the other day to get a glimpse at flower arrangements they were putting together for a wedding on Saturday. From bridal bouquets, bridesmaids bouquets, and centerpieces each arrangement tied in to one another. Man did this ever make me want to get married…
These flowers were beautiful, every detail was perfect. We were also able to see a graduation centerpiece, another bridal bouquet and a mockup of a wedding centerpiece. A trend I am noticing in the flower world is having draping plants throughout the arrangement rather than all the flowers tightly together. This makes the arrangement more bountiful and is especially gorgeous when it comes to the bridal bouquets.
Wedding Centerpieces: The centerpieces were made with white hydrangeas, coral roses, pink spray roses, queen anne’s laces, dusty miller, and eucalyptus.
Bridal bouquet: Consisting of coral roses, white and pink spray roses, coral and peach ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus, white hydrangeas, pink peonies, echeveria succulents, and dusty miller.
Bridesmaids bouquet: Matching the brides bouquet but a much smaller version.
Graduation Centerpiece: White hydrangea, white and yellow roses, yellow craspedia (billy balls), queen anne’s lace, bells of ireland, white larkspur, lavender, lavender lisianthus, and chamomile.
Bridal bouquet: This bridal bouquet was made with white peonies, white garden roses, purple clematis, lavender, white stock, parrot tulips, and white ranunculus.
Centerpiece Mock-up: When booking with Plum Sage you are able to see a mock-up and discuss any revisions well before your wedding. This mockup was done for a bride whose wedding was in August. Using peonies, thistle, white anemone, white lisianthus, purple sweet pea, purple clematis, garden roses, lavender, jasmine, and white ranunculus.
Photos by Meredith Moran Photography
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