Last month, I had the privilege of going to the wedding of my good friends, Jake and Aubre. As amazing as it was to witness their wedding, it was a cherry on top to be asked to design their flowers!
This was a fun wedding to do #1 because these are such great people! and #2 the style of it isn't something you see everyday.
Aubre's bouquet consisted of hydrangea (white and green), spider mums (dyed coral), and fern curls. The stems were wrapped in lace, which went along with the vintage theme of the day.
Jake's boutonniere was a dahlia with hypericum and a fern curl to match his bride.
The bridesmaid's bouquets were made with spidermums and hypericum.
The mothers and grandmothers corsage's were dahlias and stock.
The groomsmen, dad's, and grandpa's boutonniere's were cream dahlias and hypericum.
The reception was held at Provo Library, which was such a neat place to have it! It was definitely a diy wedding, the bride and groom's family and friends helped make the food and all the diy decorations. It looked so good!
The centerpieces alternated with two different colored arrangements. One was white hydrangea with coral dahlias. The other was pink hydrangea with cream dahlias. They both contained hypericum and curly willow.
The card box was such a cute diy project. The flowers that helped hold the sign was basically a mini centerpiece. It was green hydrangea, coral dahlias, and stock.
This idea was another diy project for the bride and groom found on pinterest. Upside-down lightbulbs on little cardstock stands held little mixes of flowers that were placed around the food table. The ones pictured below have aster, dahlia, stock, babies breath, and hypericum.
My favorite diy addition was these painted mason jars. They also had a wild flower look with dahlia, mums, stock, aster, babies breath, and queen anne's lace.
I had such a fun time doing this wedding and working with Aubre and all her great ideas! Thanks for letting me be a part of your big day! And a big congratulations! I couldn't be more happy for you guys :)