I first met Emma & Steven where all dreams start, Starbucks! Their sense of style was clear in our previous emails, but meeting them in person, added magic and unspoken energy. Emma’s vibrancy and sense of humor had me instantly laughing! I knew I wanted to create that same sense of style with their flowers.
The flowers were kept to dusty pinks, nudes, creams, and sage tones. I used pink O’Hara garden roses, cream astilbe, raspberry foliage, and cream butterfly ranunculus that danced along the top. With Emma’s bridal bouquet and her five bridesmaids bouquets, I played with the overall shape. Allowing the blooms and foliage to naturally create movement formed an unstructured oblong shape. I used the fruit of the camellia foliage to create a unique moment in Steven’s boutonniere. I knew Emma would be removing her veil after the ceremony and replacing it with a floral comb. So, I went bold in size and amplified the fun with lots of texture.
Overall, it all came together beautifully and I am truly in love with the moments Havilah, the talented photographer, captured.
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I first met Emma & Steven where all dreams start, Starbucks! Their sense of style was clear in our previous emails, but meeting them in person, added magic and unspoken energy. I knew I wanted to create that same sense of style with their flowers.
Tianna and Zach’s day was set at Sweet Haven Barn, a unique farm venue, surrounded by the beautiful countryside, in the heart of Central Alberta. The floral colour palette was neutral shades of white, cream, caramel with touches of dusty pink.