Just as design is ever evolving, so was Dani's wedding flowers. Dani knew she wanted a rustic and very natural look for her flowers. As if you were to go into the mountains, gather beautiful blooms, add some twine and bam- you have her bouquet. A great place to start. However she had no idea what flowers she wanted to make this look. This is where we came in. We started off with a palate of lavender and greens and when it was all said and done we ended with a very diverse palate of pinks, blues, lavenders and yellow. Far from where we started but when all was done it turned out to be the perfect accent to her day.
Brides bouquet was made up of two varieties of scabiosa and calcynia, billy balls, lavender, corn flower, rosemary and hanging amaranthus. Tied off with some natural jute for a touch of rustic charm. All left loose and flowing, for that hand picked look.
I loved these mothers corsages! We took burlap fabric, lined it with satin and topped it with some beautiful scabiosa pods, calcynia, and fragrant rosemary for a one-of-a-kind corsage.
Twine tied boutonnieres held a variety of billy balls, rosemary, corn flower and calcynia.