Pastel florals make European style even more elegant, for unforgettable wedding-day décor.
Bright Ideas: Dream-Come-True Floral Arrangements
(Above) Set in the lush greenery of Camrose Hill’s grounds, this tablescape is fit for the creative couple. Here, Ashley Fox Designs mixes tree peonies, French Lace and Swan garden roses, anemones, Mokara orchids, spray roses, ranunculus, scented geranium, protea and anthurium with plush Amur maple leaves and ginger to create a master centerpiece. The vivacious arrangement sits atop a rustic wood farm with cross-back chairs and crisp ivory linens from Ultimate Events.
(Below) With such a bright palette, this bouquet is guaranteed to turn heads. Here, Brown & Greene uses ranunculus, godetia, tulips, scabiosa, lisianthus, spray roses, garden roses, dahlias, scented geranium and raspberry foliage to fashion this wow-worthy wedding accessory.
(Above) Make a statement with a voluminous bouquet of vibrant blooms. Jessica Wonders Events expertly assembles waratah protea, Carpe Diem roses, Madame Butterfly spray roses, ranunculus, lisianthus, nerine lilies, anemones, veronica, olive branch, Chocolate queen Anne’s lace, bonsai eucalyptus and Italian pittosporum, and wraps the stems with copper ribbon.
(Below) Though small, these boutonnieres and corsages by BLOMMÖNSTER are mighty fierce. Featuring an array of flora, these accessories are the perfect finishing touch to any wedding-day look. Clockwise from top left: hypericum, springeri and rose hips; Blushing Bride protea and copper wire; asclepias, gomphrena and springeri; and peach ranunculus and rose hips.
(Above) For a table setting that radiates romance, start with a rustic farm table and linens from Ultimate Events and rose-hued glassware from Camrose Hill’s personal collection, then top with a dreamy centerpiece by Spruce Flowers and Home. This luxe arrangement contrasts deep burgundy snapdragons, chocolate cosmos and black scabiosa with café au lait dahlias, Quicksand roses, O’Hara garden roses, lisianthus, gomphrena, stock, rose hips, jasmine vine, plumosa fern and willow eucalyptus.
(Below) This sweetheart table gets a boost from not one, but two floral centerpieces by Camrose Hill Flower Studio. White clematis, French tulips, hydrangea, sweet peas, hyacinth, hellebore, anemones, ranunculus and David Austin Juliet roses form an eye-catching hanging arrangement as well as a smaller coordinating piece for the table.
Location: Camrose Hill in Stillwater offers a rustic, romantic garden setting for any wedding or private event. For rental information, call 651.351.9631. or visit the website.