I love the combination of whites, ivories, and golds in the fall. It is the perfect color scheme for someone who wants fall florals without it feeling too “pumpkin/cornicopia”.
This was a fun wedding for me to do, since I got to go back to New Mexico and see old friends. This was on a WINDY New Mexico spring day, and by windy, I mean it took all the strength I had to open my car door against the tornado-like winds, and once I got the door open, I was shocked that it stayed attached to the car. Yes, that windy! I had to get really creative to get these centerpieces into the venue without them being exposed to the wind, otherwise there wouldn’t have been any blooms left. I know I looked ridiculous in the process, and it took awhile, but we did it! I actually heard later that someone from the bridal party was posing for pictures outside and their boutonniere was ripped off and flew away! You can see from the images below that the bouquet held up just fine.
I loved the combination of the navy, apricot, blush, and peach tones in this wedding. All of the vessels were from my stash of vintage genuine silver tea sets. I was a little sad to see my favorites from the centerpieces didn’t get shot, but that’s ok.
(flowers used: peony, ranunculus, anemone, china mums, amaranthus, privett berry)
For Kara’s spring Phoenix wedding, she wanted all of the typical colors associated with spring, but not pastels. She wanted vibrant spring color!
The ceremony and following reception were held at the Farm at South Mountain, which fit in well with the rustic/vintage elements. Here are a few shots -in studio- before delivery of the bouquet and centerpieces
Ah, I love this picture. And don’t you love this fence? And the huge trees? I adore huge trees.
Images courtesy of Kym Ventola Photography