Ok so not only did we LOVE that Brandon and Natalie's wedding was the perfect definition of a fall garden wedding... what also made it so perfect, was that these high school sweethearts got married on their 10 year anniversary!!!
So sweet, right?!
The weather was gorgeous, location was stunning, and all the details were covered, which made Brandon and Natalie's day come together so effortlessly!
Scrolllllllllllll away! :)
Natalie's bouquet had all the bells and whistles! Burgundy peonies, blush, ivory, and mauve roses, burgundy scabiosa, white astrantia, blush spray roses, blue thistle, burgundy amaranthus, and seeded, silver dollar, and gunni eucalyptus.
In other words, holy moly!!!
Free and cascading is what Natalie's envisioned for her bouquet...let me tell you, not the easiest thing to photograph without someone to hold it!
Wait for it...
Boutonnieres were made of burgundy scabiosa, blue thistle, and gunni eucalyptus... but for the groom, we added some white spray roses to really
make the man of the hour stand out!
The bridesmaids bouquets included more blush and white than Natalie's. We used white dahlias, ivory, blush, and mauve roses, blush and white spray roses, white astrantia, and blue thistle. For pops of burgundy we used scabiosa and spray roses, and of course all types of eucalyptus were included.
This flower crown was for one of the flower girls... the most elaborate one we've made to date! Loving the fullness and variety!
Brandon and Natalie got married at Secluded Garden Estate in Pala. Absolutely gorgeous venue! The ceremony site is on a lawn covered with trees, and surrounded by beams that give the illusion of walls, from which some windows hung.
We opted for a small four foot eucalyptus garland to serve a base for a small floral spray that included ivory and blush roses, burgundy carnations, white and blush spray roses, and blue thistle. Really stands on against the wood beam!
At the base of the altar, were two tall lanterns that each received a small crown of floral... We used amaranthus to create a cascading look,
tying back into Natalie's bouquet!
Only thing this aisle needed was some white petals to give it a nice bold outline!
Brandon and Natalie's reception was a beautiful combination of bold, rich colors, with green and wood elements. Talk about wow factor!
The centerpieces consisted of wood lanterns, with eucalyptus wreaths around the base. We placed burgundy carnations, ivory roses, and blush spray roses, throughout the wreaths to accent the rest of the decor.
These two love birds' table stood out from the rest with a burgundy table cloth, for starters. A lace runner was placed on the front, as a perfect base for the eucalyptus garland. And we re-created a smaller version of the ceremony spray to serve as the focal point of the table... at least until the bride and groom were seated behind it ;)
Such a stunning venue and couple! We hope their day was perfect, because it definitely looked that way! :)
Until next time!