Cascading bouquets are big right now. And they are just big. I have many clients requesting long, overflowing, full bouquets. And this wedding was no different. Peonies and eucalyptus were the stars of the show.
This arch was a pleasure to create. The groom and family made it and the bride and groom were going to place it in the backyard of their new home. The tricky thing about this arch was that we only had access to the ceremony chapel 15 minutes before the ceremony began. We had to get it in before all the guests. Also, the chapel door was smaller than the size of the arch. So they re-thought the plan for the arch and created it with folding sides. So my job was to design florals on the arch on site in one area, that had then be folded in half and moved into a church and then back again into the reception room. It was quite the task. It took a lot more flowers and foliage than expected, but it was full and voluptuous and just plain gorgeous.
We also created a 29 foot long garland fitted with flowers scattered all the way along the front of the table. It was epic!
Here’s how everything turned out.
Venue The Doctor’s House
Photographer John & Veronica Photography
Flowers by Dandie Andie Floral Designs