Insert googly eyes here. I don't even know where to begin. Veronica had an incredible vision for her wedding and I honestly did not want to tinker with it too much. A girl after my own heart, she had been collecting her own floral vessels and candlesticks, sewed all the table-runners, did all the water-coloring, dyed her own napkins and had the design savvy idea to alternate between two shades of pink taper candles throughout the space. O and the groom-to-be built the escort card backdrop and a wooden bar that would make any woodworker jealous. Yeah...I was not about to mess with that design. Ok, ok I did add in a few elements but they were minimal in comparison. What? I can't help myself. :) Ryan from Ryan Greenleaf Photography is one seriously talented fella. I am still in awe of the moments he captured.
I spent an absurd amount of time thinking about the flowers for Veronica and Peter's wedding. Countless trips to the market and lists went into this design. Ultimately there is only so much planning that can go into florals. I like to give myself a direction and let the flowers at hand take control of the creative process. This bouquet will forever be one of my favorite creations. The overall count of garden roses used throughout the wedding was insane. Enjoy!
How incredibly gorgeous is she?! The dress, the hair- perfection.
It is no secret by now that gold makes my heart flutter. I have been waiting to use glittery washi tape and my metallic containers for some time. I don't think it will ever get old seeing ideas translated on film. Especially when it is shot by Ryan Greenleaf.