Katelin and Eric came to me with visions of boho, rustic and unstructured florals with rich colors and a lot of greenery for their Red Barn Studio wedding. I couldn't wait to incorporate unexpected flowers like protea and spray painted baby's breath to fulfill their desire for pops of gold. Katelin's bridesmaids wore mismatched dresses but each one complimented the color and style of the wedding perfectly.
Eric wanted succulents in his bout which I created using a touch of whimsy with fern curls as well.
One of the best parts of my job is getting to help with set up for both the ceremony and the reception. I always recommend doing double duty with florals for ceremony and reception space so as not to waste flowers and respect a couple's floral budget- this means I also often get to witness the ceremony of the couples I work with and Katelin and Eric's was one of my all time favorites. Their love and respect for each other was clear throughout their personalized ceremony and you could just feel that they were truly each other's best friend!
For the reception hall in the vintage barn, we used tall glass cylinders with unstructured domes of florals for each centerpiece.
The welcome table inside the front door featured frames pictures of the couple and their friends and family with a complimentary arrangement to greet guests.
Congrats to the lovely couple and thank you for allowing me to create beauty for your special day! Pics by Jessica Vann-Campbell and Emily Bogen.