Spring is my favorite season. One of the main reasons for that are the flowers. I was so happy that Hannah was up for up for incorporating spring flowers into her wedding design.
I was able to source the most beautiful locally grown tulips for her bouquets and arrangements as well as including my favorite daffodils that I have grown. Add in one of everyone’s favorites–ranunculus–along with my favorite spray rose and I just love this pastel combination. It’s the perfect choice for a spring wedding.
Hannah and Zach’s wedding reception was at Rolling Hills Country Club. It is such a classic, beautiful, light filled space and the pastel color palette worked perfectly there.
We chose two centerpieces for this small wedding–a low floral centerpiece and a candlescape.
I wasn’t able to get peonies as originally planned but these double tulips were the perfect substitution. Can you even tell that big white focal flower isn’t a peony?! The fact that these were grown locally–by Sow ‘n Seeds in Paducah–makes them even better.
This cake by Creative Confections was just perfect! Leilani placed these flowers but I just have to display her work here.
Congratulations to Hannah and Zach! Thank you for your flexibility in having to reschedule your wedding due to Covid as well as your flexibility in planning around Covid related changes. Best wishes for your marriage!