There were so many personal elements to this wedding. Iris wanted to incorporated a family rosary into her bouquet and buttons from her grandmothers dress so we wove the rosary right into the flowers and ties the buttons around the handle. Bright coral flowers were a beautiful addition to Iris’ color palette. Peonies, standard and spray roses were the featured coral colors while the white ranunculus and anemones brought softness and dimension to the bouquet. Olive branches and eucalyptus finished off the bouquet with their soft shades of green.
Her bridesmaids carried the most beautiful, fully blossomed coral roses that were surrounded by olive branches. The men wore olive branches ties with a simple, soft white ribbon.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is one of my favorite venues. Gold pedestal containers held coral and white blooms to complement the bridal party flowers. Adding just a few greens and flowers around the votive candles at the head table gave a pop of color to the tables.