This past weekend was the wedding of Janice, who I went to high school with. She was in my little brother's class, a couple years below me, but she was a smart girl and went on to KU, the same school as me, so we share this too! :) Nonetheless, to go along with the hometown Kansas vibe, she wanted a very fall, Kansas-inspired set of flowers for her big day, and I think we totally captured this look. Her colors were gorgeous, the setting was stunning and totally unique, and she was a fabulous bride.
Bouts and corsages. Lots of deep golds and oranges, reds and burgundies... nandina, orchids, roses, hypericum berries, seededu eucalyptus.
The above and below shots are mine, straight out of camera (because as you all know I am not exactly the world's greatest photographer). I tell you this because this was the REAL color of her bouquets... they were truly this vibrant, no photoshop necessary!
Now I'm going to share a few photos from her photographer's blog... didn't they capture the Kansas vibe in such a gorgeous way? The fields are gorgeous, and so is the bride:
Below is our historic downtown Courthouse, the oldest working courthouse west of the Mississippi. Yeah, we're proud of it, okay? :) And she was able to SHUT DOWN THE ENTIRE STREET for her wedding day, don't you love that?
For more lovely photos and unique details from this wedding, check out the blog post from her photographer's blog. Janice, thanks so much for choosing me to do your flowers, I had such a great time with them, and I am so glad your photos capture it all so beautifully!