Emily & Steve- Summer Silk Wedding Flowers Part 2

Emily had some elements in her wedding that were fairly traditional and needed some floral touches. Of course, there was the fun and flirty toss bouquet--who's sole purpose in life is to go hurtling towards all her single friends. We decided to use the pale pink fresh touch Callas, Lily of the Valley and a little greenery to create a cute and aerodynamic bouquet. Ok, not really about that last part but it did look pretty great flying through the air.

The happy couple also had some treasured family members who weren't around to celebrate such an important day with them. They wanted to honor their lives and their impact on their families with a small family arrangement they had placed at the ceremony. We used the Peonies, Callas, and Lily of the Valley for this sentimental and sweet arrangement. Placed in a 7" silver Julep cup, it was the perfect piece for their ceremony.

Of course there were boutonnieres for the guys--Steve let us get away with one small pink peony bud;)

The groomsmen matched the Bridesmaids with their pink Calla and Lily of the Valley sprig.

Everyone looked so sharp and since I had the privilege of attending the wedding as guest and Day of Coordinator, I can personally attest to it. But (said in Reading Rainbow voice), you don't have to take my word for it!

Up next are some beautiful photographs for Emily and Steve's big day, courtesy of Brianna Colleen Photography. AND you get to hear from Emily herself about her experience with silk wedding flowers on a hot July day.

SIlk flowers in Pardise: Part 2

Here are a few more pictures sent over by Carly. If you want to see even more of this wedding as well as check out her amazing photographer, head over to Geneoh Photography's blog post all about Carly and Jim's wedding.

Carly and her beautiful maids in vibrant hues and tropical flowers:

The dashing groomsmen with Calla boutonnieres:

So classy!

Carly hired my mother-in-law who owns Cakes For Your Occasions do to calligraphy for her escort cards. Her DIY project turned out super cute with the added sand dollars in the tray of sand.

Thanks again to Carly for bringing such a lovely vision for me to create. I wish you all the best!