Elizabeth and Yousef were married on New Year’s Day at the amazing The Loft on Pine. They’re just the sweetest, and I was honored to work my flower magic for them. I created a wild + glamorous behemoth of a bouquet, an installation of greens over their epic sweetheart table, and filled a bunch of little bud vases with beautiful blooms to scatter among their candle and succulent filled tables.
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A wild & asymmetrical bouquet in magenta, burgundy and cream? Yes please! I used peonies, garden roses, amaranthus, and a variety of greens to create this beauty, then tied her up with gold ribbon and a beautiful picture of the bride’s dad.
These two were super smart about their flowers- we focused on a few statement pieces (bouquet! installation!) and then scattered a few high impact flowers everywhere else. I mean, what else does that peony need?
BOOM. Greenery Installation. And ALL the candles.
Candlelight and magenta peonies for days. Be still my heart.
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