Vintage Royalty

Since wedding season is already well under way it only seems appropriate to share with you some recent wedding work. Introducing to you one of my favorite combinations that I like to call the Vintage Royalty designed for our bride M.  

This bouquet reminds me of royalty not only for its size and color but for all the varieties of texture. I also love the deep rich colors of the chocolate dahlia mixed with the burgundy Dahlia to be opposite of the pale peach ivory color found in the Sahara roses. 

To help add another pop of color M. Approved a last minute adjustment to add in the true peach rose that really helped everything stand out and in my opinion take the whole bouquet to another level of beauty. 

The bridal colors were burgundy, pale peach, and gold. With lanterns on the table tops in a garden center venue it was crucial to keep everything as natural as possible. Adding in gold jewels or rhinestones would have changed the over all look of what we were after. So on rare occassion, this being one of them we took to the floral paint to coat the wax flower to add in the pop of gold. Gold, royalty, this bridal bouquet is fit for a queen!! 


The many textures in this bouquet would be credited to the Agonis bringing in the dark leaf flow. The very popular Seeded eucalyptus found in lots of bridal bouquets and the White mini Alba.  All hand tied together with Dusty Miller round and gold metallic.

To find more images from this bridal. Visit our bridal section of Lund Floral Weddings. Also get informed with our new wedding site Petal Perfect Weddings

Thank you for your love, keep blooming and have a perfect petal day!! 



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