I wanted to share this lovely wintery wedding for some inspiration in the coming months. This wedding was actually this past March- and it certainly wasn't the only wedding with snow last spring! Kansas City had some wild weather last year, you just never know!
That said, this was a beautiful wedding with such a lovely color combo. The girls wore navy gowns, and our flowers were a combination of champagne, peach and blush pink. The bride's amazing gown was perfectly accented with this color combo- LOVE!
Enjoy these amazing images, courtesy of the talented Sarah Dickerson.
The bride's bouquet featured hydrangea, tons of open fragrant roses, stock, peonies, and ranunculus. It was wrapped in lace to match her gown.
|The groom's ranunculus and spray rose boutonniere|
|A charming flower girl pomander!|
The reception took place at The Boulevard Brewery event space. It's such a great spot to show off our beautiful city!
Allison's centerpieces were a mix of tall and low vases. On half of her tables, we used my tall square vases (which we filled with simple white hydrangeas at the base of tall blooming branches), surrounded by sweet pink mercury glass bud vases. The other tables were more pink mercury glass, a chunky cylinder that makes a perfect-sized focal point. (The bride is selling her vases, please let me know if you're interested and I'll put you in contact with her!)