The bouquets for the bridesmaids were consistent since the bridesmaids wore different dresses. We wanted their bouquets to tie them back together. Coxcomb is the squiggly green texture that looks like coral. We also used orange pincushions – these also look like under the sea flowers. Flowers each have a style and the combination of those flowers create an overall floral style. We played with odd blooms that were not soft or fluffy, but quirky and textured. This kept the guests intrigued as they saw pops of color.
Gloriosa lilies are the hot pink flowers in the bridal bouquet and in Anjuli’s hair. This is my favorite flower. It gives the airy feel that she wanted.
Our flowergirl had a beautiful handmade basket that we created with horsetail reeds and Kermit mums. They are named after our favorite character, Kermit the Frog. At least that is how I think of them. This flower is repeated in the boutonnieres.
This was a beautiful union between two people who were not afraid to be themselves and to blaze their own trail. I had so much fun!
FLORAL DESIGN | A S I E L D E S I G N
VENUE | nestldown