Bright fall wedding flowers!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Here's a lovely, vibrant fall wedding to inspire those of you that are planning your big day for one of those crisp fall months!  Enjoy these gorgeous images, courtesy of the lovely Rebecca Peters





On the lovely doors of this classic church, we placed two initial wreaths to personalize the ceremony entrance.  These were made of green moss, fall mums, and antique hydrangea. 





Inside the church, we did vibrant pew markers with a mix of antique green and burgundy hydrangea, gerbera daisies, berries, and billy balls.  Each was tied on with a rusty orange satin ribbon... love the shape of these pew caps because they allow for so many fun designs!  The altar featured our two large black urns and stands with big, bold arrangements to flank the space. 


Bridesmaids wore classic black gowns and carried vibrant bouquets of gerbera daisies, billy balls, roses, freesia, callas, orchids, berries and more.  The bride's bouquet was a mix of hydrangea, calla lilies, hand-wired cymbidium orchids, and ivory hypericum berries. 







The groom wore a classic ivory calla lily boutonniere, accented with ivory hypericum and an ivory ribbon-wrapped stem.


The reception (held at the amazing Congress Ballroom of the Hilton President in downtown KC), featured more of the vibrant colors that the bride loved!  We used our tall, slender design tower vases on part of the tables, along with cube vases for the lower tables.  The look was classic and elegant to suit the location, but we kept a fun, vibrant feel with the flower choices. 






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