Could Laura and Ken’s wedding been more on-point with the use of greenery? We are seeing a surge of weddings embracing green, and this sure is one of them! Laura’s bridal bouquet featured a range of fall orange and burgundy tones accented with loose, lush, greenery varied in texture. Seeded eucalyptus, jasmine vine, and camellia foliage set the scene against which garden roses, spray roses, anemone, ranunculus, scabiosa, and dahlia stole the show. The bridesmaids carried similar, simpler bouquets. The boutonnieres were designed using white ranunculus accented with seeded eucalyptus, viburnum berries, and scabiosa pods finished with a rustic twine.
The ceremony took place at St. Matthew’s Cathedral, with the wedding reception to follow at the Carnegie Institute. Balloons made for a playful entrance to the site, accented with jasmine vine which similarly adorned the menu board. Dinner tables were each centered with a glass footed bowl filled with a textured, loose mix of greens accented with garden roses, spray roses, ranunculus, anemone, scabiosa, and pods and berries. Long tables featured elegant lengths of seeded eucalyptus and salal garland. Small touches of flowers sparingly accented the garland. A similar garland adorned the bar.
Ceremony: St. Matthew’s Cathedral
Reception: Carnegie Institute
Caterer: Spilled Milk Catering
Photography: Kurstin Roe Photography
Florist: Petal’s Edge Floral Design
Cake: Buttercream Bakeshop
Wedding Coordinator: Roberts & Co. Events