Thank you so much for all the beautiful flowers. You outdid yourself. We have been given so many compliments on how gorgeous everything was and elegant and that was exactly what I wanted! Wishing you an even more successful 2018!! “ - Love, the Mutchmoors
Krystin's bouquet is probably my most favourite blush and white bridal bouquet I've ever made. The flowers were perfect and the textures were just dream combinations, but my favourite part? That accent of caramel foliage. It just set the whole thing off while also making it stand out from all the other blush bouquets out there. So here's a tip for you, brides: if your style fits in with some of the more popular trends but you want aspects of your wedding to stand out from literally everything else on Pinterest, then ask your floral designer to just have a little fun with it. Good things happen :)
Bridal bouquet ingredients: Quicksand roses, white garden roses, white lisianthus, white scabiosa, blushing bride protea, and rice flower with eucalyptus foliage, smokebush foliage, and foraged fall foliages.
I love the colour palette Krystin chose! The guys' burgundy/brown ish suits are just top notch. And the soft blush tones and white of the bridesmaids feel very romantic and pull it all together. The palette also just happens to work gorgeously with the brick and stone facades of the Exchange District!
Not every wedding can have perfect weather. It was raining on and off for the entire day for Krys and Randy, and I just really love that they went for the outdoor ceremony anyways. You can see in the pictures that it was very lightly showering throughout the ceremony (a lot of guests had umbrellas up). It's a really good reminder of what's actually important: a little rain can't beat the immense excitement of becoming married.
We kept things simple and pretty at the reception, with mixed styles of stem vases on the tables. Some of these had just a single bloom, some had mini arrangements, all within the soft palette. They were really the definitely of pretty! We added in some gold-rimmed candle holders to each table, and more stem vases around the cake tables and guest book table to finish it off. The large floral piece from the ceremony arch was re-purposed onto the head table as well!
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