Still one of my most memorable wedding flower experiences. I was able to work with a few of the most amazing wedding vendors out there, this out of this world amazing couple, and at one of the best industrial chic venues in Portland, Oregon. Plus it was the first time ever my work was published! Scroll through to see industrial chic wedding flowers!
From the start this Bride knew she wanted her bridal bouquet to be free flowing and full of olive branches, eucalyptus and white/cream blooms. Something very classic that would be beautiful all day long.
This is a larger hand tied bridal bouquet, white garden roses, white premium roses, freshly cut olive branches, silver dollar eucalyptus, and seeded eucalyptus. We kept the branches long and wispy to create a beautiful natural looking bouquet.
The groom and groomsmen boutonnieres reflected that same soft, romantic feel. Full of texture, yet refined and sophisticated. Soft spray roses, wax flower with its amazing citrus scent, and veronica for something that is unexpected.
Her bridesmaid bouquets were simpler versions of the bridal bouquet. They were the perfect match to the gorgeous warm neutral color of their dresses.
Baylee Dennis blew me away with this gallery. She captured every wedding flower perfectly, you could feel every emotion felt that day, and she has an amazing eye to catch every little detail.
I love adding all sorts of textural elements to your wedding flowers, and being here in Portland, Oregon we are so lucky because our weather makes for a perfect environment to grow so many beautiful flowers locally!
This bridal party was so fun and so full of life!
Urban Studio has these amazing movable walls! You really can make the space into your exact dream. We hung eucalyptus garlands from the walls to soften the edges and add some intrigue.
During the cocktail hour, Mae and Co , the Urban Studio staff and my team flipped the room and all of a sudden it is a chic plated dinner setting. She opted for a plated dinner with long farm table style floor plan to maximize mingling. Long eucalyptus garlands wove between gold leaf candle holders. It was so elegant that I probably took about 3893 photos because I could not decide which was the best!
The Bride had custom table numbers created to nestle into the greenery centerpieces.
Her head table was then in front of the ceremony site as a back drop to make full use of the space.
I could scroll through the gallery and look at all the amazing wedding flowers and reception flowers over and over again.
Plus it is so fun to recognize all the little hideaway spots that they stopped to take photos at in Portland.
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