One of the perks of being a florist is being able to help friends and family make their special days that much brighter. When one of your dearest friends is getting hitched, its the perfect opportunity to go a little overboard and hopefully make their dreams come true!
The upscale grey and black finish of the venue suited the look of the wedding the bride had envisioned of a sleek and modern but romantic palette of black, white and red. Red roses were a classic choice. Over 500 roses brought the look together in smart mirrored vases.
The bride and bridesmaids carried bouquets of Freedom roses.The brides bouquet was studded with diamante pins and wrapped in a black satin ribbon. The bridesmaids bouquets were finished with a rhinestone buckle over black satin. At the altar, 2 large black bowls packed with roses elegantly framed the wedding party. Centerpieces were a mix of black and white candles perched on mirrors scattered with diamonds and rose petals, reflecting a soft glow on the venue. Additional arrangements of red roses in different vases accented the bars and dessert tables.
Red roses are always a wedding favorite and for a good reason. Their soft scent, ruffled petals and feminine form are high on the romance factor and always an elegant choice. Often the simplest weddings are my favorites, and who doesn't like the flattering glow of candlelight?
Photography – 360 Photography
Venue – McNeil Room at Whistlers