Lauren and Brian got married on a chilly December day at The Hollywood Schoolhouse in Woodinville, one of my all time favorite venues to work in! Lauren had a vision of incorporating lots of natural greenery, vintage charm and pops of rose gold.
Brian's father is a rose gardener and loves unique strains of roses. Lauren challenged me with a request for Cafe Latte roses, the oldest strain in the world! I was able to source them all the way from Africa for her bridal bouquet, cake topper and sweetheart table.
Lauren's sweetheart table had the most unique greenery, I saved monstera leaves to accent her Mr. and Mrs. sign.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of ferns, eucalyptus, Innocence garden roses and ruscus.
Lauren carried a large bouquet with fresh cotton, brunia berry, Juliet garden roses, Cafe Latte roses, fluffy white football mums and italian ruscus which I painted a metallic rose gold.
TGTB Collective captured Brian and Lauren's wedding day beautifully, even the most delicate of details!
Brian's sweet daughter wore a floral crown to compliment her new stepmother's bridal bouquet.
Between Lauren's creative vision and The Hollywood Schoolhouse's vintage charm, this wedding was one for the books! Thank you Mr. & Mrs. Simmons, for the privilege of getting to be a part of such a special day!