On a beautiful November day, Dream Flowers took to the gorgeous Blackhawk Country Club, excited to bring the romantic elegance wedding flowers for Vika and Slav. Under a magnificent redwood arch, these two beautiful humans said ‘I Do.’
In this Blackhawk Country Club club wedding, we used white, blush, champagnes, and pops of marsala, greens to create a natural ambiance that felt playful yet intimate. Additionally, various types of blooms and greenery created the gardenesque style. When designing a vintage-gardenesque style wedding, it’s highly recommended to design two or three different styles of centerpieces to provide an eclectic ambiance to the room.
The bridal bouquet was designed with of blush ranunculus, dusty grey miller, silver brunia berries, pink rice flowers, white peonies, white anemones, and dusky pink roses designed in a natural shape. It is important to use various types of blooms in several shades of the color palette for depth and texture when designing with a vintage-gardenesque theme.
The bridesmaids carried a smaller version of the bride’s bouquet to compliment their slate dresses.
Slav and his gents wore white and blush ranunculus blooms as their buttonholes.
In addition to the redwood arch adorned with draping and florals, the small centerpieces displayed on the white pillars creating the complete ceremony decor for the bride and groom.
After the bride and groom tied the knot, it was off to the wedding reception. For the centerpieces, we chose, sage eucalyptus and burgundy dahlia to create contrast and dimension against the pink and white hued blooms. The other flowers flourishing throughout the designs were blush spray roses, red dahlias, blush stock. We chose different styles of containers, such as wooden boxes, glass vases adorned with twine, and a collection of vintage bottles to define the vintage-gardenesque theme.
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