Becca & Tyler
Becca & Tyler came up with their own floral masterpiece for their big day, and what they created is jaw dropping. The arrangements were exquisite, lush with an array of florals and colors, from shades of peach, soft pink, and beige, to show stopping burgundy. The chosen white florals provide just the right amount of contrast to their floral color scheme, and the burgundy translates flawlessly to the bridal party’s dresses, and Tyler’s boutonniere, bringing everything together. I love how they decorated their venue with the chosen greenery, with added hints of baby’s breath. This couple is made for DIY!
Documented by Sarah Taylor Photography
DIY wedding flowers is absolutely the way to go. It was cost effective, plus we were provided with a ton of resources on not only how to put the bouquets together, but also how to receive and care for the flowers leading up to the wedding. The girls and I had a ton of fun putting together the bouquets and despite maybe not being the most crafty people, they all turned out beautifully.We had so many flowers and so much greenery. More than enough for a bridal bouquet, 5 bridesmaid bouquets, a corsage, 5 boutionnieres, and tons of extras as spares to use around the venue as decor.We went with the “Champagne and Silk” package, and I supplemented it with burgundy carnations and cream colored roses.Sarah was also fantastic to work with when it came to answering any questions I have. Their customer service was top notch. Highly recommend!
- Beige/sandy Blush Roses (ie. Quicksand or Sahara) – 1 Bunch (25 stem)
- White Lisianthus – 2 Bunches (10 stem bu)
- Peach Hypercium – 2 Bunches
- Babies Breath – 1 Bunch
- Peach Stock – 2 Bunches (10 stem bu)
- White Disbud (Large size Mums) – 2 Bunches (10 stem bu)
- Burgundy Carnation Standard – 1 Bunch (25 stems)
- Cream Roses
- Parvifolia Eucalyptus – 2 Bunches
- Italian Ruscus – 3 Bunches
- Olive – 2 Bunches
- Weeping Podocarpus