Liz and Keith’s intimate wedding took place at the charming One Restaurant and Lounge. I really love how this wedding turned out. The orange flowers complimented the stunning emerald green bridesmaids’ dresses to create rich jewel tones for this early October affair!
The Bridesmaids carried bouquets of Orange roses and Mokara orchids. We added gorgeous local dahlias to the Bride’s bouquet!
Photos courtesy of David Irvine Photography.
Cassandra and Justin were married on a beautiful early-October Saturday. Their reception took place at the FireRock Golf Club, one of my favourite venues – especially if you’re looking for a modern feel.
It was a privilege to work with Cassandra, who is a very sweet but hardworking perfectionist. This was one of those weddings that took a while to plan. Over months of planning, we ended up with completely different arrangements, flowers and colours from where we started. What we ended up with perfectly complemented this couple’s style as well as FireRock!
The bouquets consisted of roses, mokara and cymbidium orchids, callas and Photinia foliage.
The Groom and one of his groomsmen having fun with the bouquets!
Looks like their little pooch was enjoying the day too! (Check out the pearls!)
The centerpieces were a combination of tall and low. The tall were a simple, yet stunning, monochromatic centerpiece of red mokara, with just a hint of black feathers around the base!
An orchid on each napkin and a mass of petals (orchid and rose petals) completed the head table.
I’ve done a few of these Candy bouquets and love them every time! They are a great addition to a candy buffet. Each time it’s fun to shop for candy that works with specific floral “colour schemes”. (But it is hard not to snack when creating them! YUM!)
Professional photos courtesy of Photography by Yvonne