Barbara’s bouquet- sexy, sexy!
De-petaled chocolate cosmos gave Aaron’s calla lily bout a little something special.
Each bridesmaid carried their own unique flower. From left to right: black magic roses, burgundy cymbidiums, matsumoto asters, spray roses, and tulips.
Tall wooden pillars topped with funky red flowers in hand-finished silver vases. Find out how I made them here. The red hanging amaranthus added a touch of drama.
Some reception details, styled perfectly by my pal Christina of Simply Modern Weddings.
Coffee beans and black lace helped take plain glass cylinders up a notch. Gorgeous red and black florals (lilies, orchids, dahlias, roses, and more) made sweet cocktail centerpieces for this tapas style wedding.
To me, no flower says flamenco more than deep red oriental lilies!
This desserts table by Sweet and Saucy was so darling! Melody has such a signature style. You see her work, and you just know it’s her! That sugar dahlia is so realistic, like a mini sculpture. And the piping perfectly mimics the embroidery in the linens.
We’ll end with these portraits of the gorgeous couple!