I love texture. And unusual, non-floral elements. So I had a blast working on Erin and Dan’s wedding at the end of November. Erin wanted her flowers to be a little unexpected, while still soft and natural. Her color scheme of white, browns, sage green, and navy was tastefully understated. Incorporating herbs, fiddleheads, berries and kale was a nod to the couple’s shared love of cooking.
Erin’s bouquet was mostly white, with navy berries, brown fiddleheads, and green herbs.
The boutonnieres picked up the more interesting elements from the bouquets.
For the centerpieces, each one was a little different from the other, but still coordinated–a look I often refer to as “cousins”. Check out the fantastic city views from the Wolf Point Ballroom at the LEED-certified Holiday Inn Mart Plaza. (Oh, and that has to be some of the best ballroom carpet I’ve seen yet.)
This wedding was definitely one of my favorites from 2010! Thanks, Erin and Dan!
Lynn – great combinations of elegance and woodsy. It really works and gives depth and interest to each arrangement. Also like that each centerpiece is a little different – good for table hopping.
What kind of pod is it that you used in the bride’s bouquet and the boutonniere?
Those are scabiosa pods. Ugly name, but a cool flower (or fruit, in this case)!