Tanya and Dan’s wedding and reception were held at Silverwood Park in St Anthony, MN. This day could not have been more beautiful! The only thing Tanya desperately wanted in her flowers was babies breath, and boy was it everywhere! I stuck with a classic hand tied style in purples, whites, and greens. I then finished each piece with burlap, very high in demand right now! check out the gallery for more pictures!
Jehra and Kla were married at The Loring Pasta Bar, with their reception following at the Varsity Theater. This is one of the few silk weddings I have done, and it turned out gorgeous!
The reds, creams, and oranges fit well with the dark romantic atmosphere.
Silk is definitely an option for those looking to save a little more money, or looking for something a little more durable. With the right colors and stems the bouquets will nearly look real!
The bouquets were in a classic hand tied design including peonies, ranunculus, garden roses, and a few others. These are all by far my most loved flowers, so this project ranks pretty high on my favorites list!
For the reception all the tables had ball jars with loose stems of peonies and ranunculus. For the head table we put all the girls’ bouquets into jars to serve as centerpieces.
Lana and Erik’s wedding was located at a summer camp in Northern Minnesota. Per Lana’s request I used dried wild flowers for the wedding party and all of the decor.
For Lana’s bouquet I used an assortment of hearty dried flowers and arranged them in a classic hand tied style. Lana wanted a wild rustic look to go with the cabin theme
I did the same thing with all of the girls’ bouquets, each of them are unique and arranged with different amounts and kinds of stems.