We are so fortunate to be able to have so many unique brides with different styles and visions for their weddings. It keeps things interesting and fun during the wedding season. Stacy and Noah’s sorbet color palette was a fun change of pace, following a lovely monochromatic color palette from the previous day’s wedding. The end result proved to be quirky, colorful, young, and fresh. The wedding came with lots of homemade handmade touches.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets with seeded eucalyptus, spray roses, craspedia, queen anne’s lace, lisianthus, and dusty miller. The bouquets so nicely “popped” against the plum color of the bridesmaids’ dresses.
The sorbet color palette translated so well onto the Mother of the Groom’s wrist corsage.
Simple, but lovely aislemarkers in mason jars added a finished look to the outdoor ceremony.
The antique blue mason jars were provided by the bride. They were absolutely darling and added to the chic charm of the wedding.
It is so exciting when brides incorporate succulents into their centerpieces. Succulents are so much fun and provide a conversation starting element to arrangements.
Congratulations Stacy & Noah!