Wanna talk about the most unexpected yet absolutely perfect placement of a succulent we’ve ever seen? GOOD SO DO WE.
And look! *whispered* There’s mooooore!
We cannot handle the perfection of the florals at Heather and Sean’s wedding. First off, they chose to have their nuptials at Journeyman Distillery, a charmingly rustic industrial setting, and then, they took it to another level of gorgeousness with their florals, forcing us to dub this wedding ‘industrial chic’ and wishing we could give them the highest of fives right now.
It’s not uncommon to see hydrangeas or peonies or ranunclus in a bridal bouquet, but when they’re all together at once, it’s almost too much beauty to fully process in our mammal brains. And to imbue these bouquets with some much-needed whimsy (because those blooms can take themselves much too seriously) Marco added silver dollar eucalyptus and *squee* some Queens Anne’s lace to the mix. The way the lines of the Queen Anne’s lace stems end in delicate flowers beautifully echoed the lines of beading blossoming into the intricate lace patterns down the train of Heather’s gown. It was kind of beyond.
We are very fond of a floral story that reflects the ladies of the bridal party (sorry, guys) so the lovely dusty blue of the bridesmaids dresses coordinating with the pops of blue in the bouquets is being added to our Pinterest “dream wedding” board, stat.
Dinner and dancing were punctuated by harvest tables full of more incredible arrangements and garlands (with ferns!), simple gold table numbers, and gold chargers with white napkins draped underneath. Easy desserts of donuts and cupcakes surrounded one of the sweetest little cakes you ever did see and the cherry on top of this ridiculously gorgeous wedding was witnessing one of the best dips we’ve ever seen a bride and groom execute on the dance floor.
Day of Planning: White Dahlia Events || Jessica
Photographer: Maiko Media
Venue: Journeyman Distillery
Flowers: Marco Alexzondra Floral
Desserts: Amanda Marie
Photo Booth: Fast Booth
Band: Blue Water Kings
Transportation: First Student