I really enjoyed having C&E as clients for their Rancho Las Lomas wedding. They were the sweetest people and I couldn’t have asked for better clients! Thank you again for the honor of working on your wedding! Here are more floral detail shots from Chenin Boutwell… wedding by the lovely Eva of Red Velvet Occasions.
The venue’s famous blue tiled wall:
The wedding arch consisted of curly willow branches, eucalyptus, lisianthus, statice, hydrangea in green, ivory and blues, and green amaranthus.
C’s bouquet with hydrangea, freesia, anemones, mini cala, maidenhair fern and tree fern that created a very wispy ‘feathery’ look to go with their peacock theme:
C’s genuine reaction when she first saw her bouquet was wonderful & I am always so glad to do what I do when I see a bride taken back with happiness.
E’s bout of mini cala, scabiosa, a little statice for that pop of color and tree fern:
Honor attendant wristlet & bouts:
A shot of the happy couple with E’s parents… I like this one because it shows the lovely iris wristlet on his mom:
C & her ladies:
Bridesmaid bouquet of casablanca lilies, fiddlehead ferns, scabiosa and tree fern. A great call on C’s behalf to give her bridesmaids white bouquets to contrast with their vibrant dresses, don’t you think?
Ceremony… when brides request swirly petal aisles, I make them looser in design, giving it a more organic touch because… well, the other way just isn’t our style.
A little cocktail hour guy with ranunculus, dianthus, statice and of course, scabiosa (did you notice that was a Bunch Studio favorite?)
For the centerpieces we had 3 alternating styles: low and lush, a trio of filled cylinders, and topiaries:
Each place setting had a sprig of statice… a simple elegant touch to any dinner table:
The dessert station by My Sweet & Saucy was also placed underneath the arch:
And ending with beautiful Christine!
Event Planner: Eva Chiou, Red Velvet Occasions / Floral design: Bunch Studio / Cake and Sweets Bar: Sweet & Saucy Shop / Ice Cream Cart: Sweet Lucy Ice Cream / Catering: 24 Carrots