When Heather and I first talked she mentioned how she loved sunset tones. This developed into the palate for the florals, and as nature would have it the sunset that evening was glorious. Peaches and pinks with warm yellows, all the pictures match perfectly as if we had asked the sky for these colors and it obliged! All photos by Victoria Souza Photography unless otherwise noted. Some of the best photos I have seen from the 2011 season, visit the photographer here:
We used ribbon in sunset tones as runners and accents on the tables, adds such a fun movement to the tables. The sweetheart table had detailed weaving for the very special couple!
The centerpieces where a mix of rose groupings in sunset tones, and submerged florals with a floating candle, in a sand bowl with starfish accents.All with crossed satin ribbons flowing.
The ceremony had the rose petals of over 400 roses weaved in a swirl pattern and it took your breath away when you saw it! Tones of deep and light pink as well as creams where used. (Swirl photo by greenlion)
Vintage blue mason jars lined the aisle with huge pink dahlias that we grew organically for Heather and Ryan;)
Attending to the boot n’ ears (one of my past brides made up that new spelling, so cute I adopted it). We recommend putting your boot in your pocket if you are not using a handkerchief as an accent in that space. It gives a really clean look, and more confidence to the wearer.
The lovely couple, two of the kindest people Ive been so lucky as to have met and been a part of there once in a lifetime experience!