Here's a lovely fall wedding with a few images that were shot by my friend, photographer and stylist extraordinaire, Erin Martinez. These flowers were a fun departure from the bolder fall tones of late... we went for rustier oranges, peachy tones, and vivid green and burgundy antique hydrangeas. The seven bridesmaids wore a deep wine gown, so it all worked beautifully together! The bride's bouquet, below, included antique hydrangea, ivory dahlias, champagne-toned sahara roses, green hypericum, and fern frond curls. Really stunning.
Below, a bridesmaid's bouquet... gorgeous wine-toned dahlias, along with peachy roses, rusty leonedes roses, fern curls, hydrangea, hypericum, fragrant chocolate cosmos, and more.
Below, this shot might be one of my very favorite images of my flowers, EVER. I think it looks so granny chic, a little bit anthropologie. :)
The bride included sweet images of loved ones to remember on her day. What a wonderful way to incorporate the people that couldn't be there to celebrate with you!