Bridal Bouquet: Natasha wanted one of her chosen flowers to only show up in her bouquet and the groom's bout, as opposed to the whole bridal party. The purple anemones fit the bill, so they made their special appearance scattered throughout her bouquet and as the main flower in the groom's boutonniere.
The bridesmaid bouquets had her other two main flowers-white roses and lime button mums. The bouquets were slightly smaller than the bridal bouquet and by eliminating the purple, they took on a look of their own. Both types of bouquets were given a touch of rustic charm by adding raffia around the stems instead of a more traditional ribbon.
The bouts were matching to the bridal party. The groom's showcased the Anemone with just a hint of the limey Button Mum while the groomsmen had the classic white rose with the button mum. A little satin ribbon finished off the look for the guys.
I loved the bright, cheery feel of these flowers and had a great time creating Natasha's look. Congrats to the happy couple!