While setting up for Kristen and Bradley’s wedding, one of my assistants asked if delivering the bouquets was my favorite part of the day. Truthfully, it’s sometimes. Some times I can sense stress or high emotions in the room and I know that it is best to leave the flowers and quickly leave to let the wedding party get back to getting ready. Sometimes I don’t actually see the bride. Flowers are delivered to a venue manager, a photographer, a planner, or a family member. But for this wedding, delivering the bouquets was the best part because of Kristen’s fabulous reaction.
Kristen and Bradley’s wedding ceremony was held at Holy Rosary Catholic Church on the east side of Evansville.
The reception followed at Cambridge Golf Club.
My team created three types of centerpieces. A floral centerpiece in a gold container, a grouping of bud vases, and a candlescape. All three centerpieces were surrounded with white pumpkins for a seasonal touch.
Blush and burgundy has become a new classic in wedding design. I incorporated two of my favorite burgundy elements in this design–kangaroo paw and ‘Hearts’ roses. Kangaroo paw is a small accent flower with a great, fuzzy texture. The multi-petaled ‘Hearts’ rose is one of my favorites, especially for someone who wants to lean on the red side of burgundy. Two of my blush favorites are ‘White Majolika’ spray roses and the poorly named ‘Quicksand’ rose.
Congratulations Kristen and Bradley! I wish you both the best as you begin this new chapter!