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Kim and Jason

Kim and Jason were married on a lovely fall day at the scenic Early Mountain Vineyard. CInda Hoege of White Birch Events planned the gorgeous event, and William Walker Photography captured the day spectacularly. The day way infused with rustic elegance, and the floral design was greatly unique in its vibrant and varying colors.

The stunning bride carried a classic and deconstructed bouquet with base colors of cream, ivory, and green. Green hydrangea, ivory garden roses and spray roses, cream lisianthus, camellia leaf, seeded eucalyptus, and fern were accented with pops of color. Touches of red gomphrena, orange Asclepius, and purple lavender added an unexpected twist to the classic bouquet.

The groom wore a navy suit with a subtle purple tie. To complement his attire and the wedding’ a color scheme, we designed a boutonniere consisting of a peach dahlia bud, dusty miller, blush astrantia, and lavender. It was tied in an ivory ribbon to match the bridal bouquet.

The ceremony took place on the grounds of Early Mountaine, overlooking the expansive and beautifully landscaped grounds. To frame the entrance to the ceremony, we designed two arrangements of green, cream, and orange. Each was placed atop vineyard wine barrels. Each arrangement consisted of PeeGee hydrangea, polo roses, orange dahlias, and safflower with greens of camellia, silver dollar eucalyptus, and seeded eucalyptus. The altar arbor was wrapped in only greens of eucalyptus, salal, magnolia, and camellia in order to create a charming backdrop to the ceremony.

The reception was held in the Event Hall of Early Mountain. The focal point of the room was the grand fireplace. We repurposed the ceremony arrangements to frame the fireplace and draped the mantle with greenery and green hydrangea. Two farm tables placed in the center of the room were Guests were seated at farm tables seating 10 guest in each table. A mix of long rectangular and square cement containers: 2 square and one long rectangular on each table with PeeGee hydrangea, roses, dahlias, astrantia, queen ann’s lace, lavender(the herb), dusty miller, eucalyptus and jasmine. each table with 7 glass votives. The cost of the containers for the 2 farm tables is $38.00. With the flowers the total is $338.00 ($150 per arrangement) Greens to be styled on tables in between arrangements $20.00 in total (8) 72″ Round tables to have a cement gray and white cylinder container per table. Same flowers as above plus 5 glass votives for table. The cost of 8 containers is $64. With the flowers the total is $1,024.00 ($120 per arrangement) greens to be styled on tables in between arrangements $70.00 in total Vintage Wooden Drawer Boxes: (2) Arrangements similar to guest tables. ($120.00 per arrangement) $240.00 in total Lavender Sprigs: (80) Cut lavender sprigs for napkin details $145.00 in total 2 fireplace mantels: greens comprised of seeded eucalyptus, salal leaves, magnolia leaves to be arranged on 2 mantels with venue lanterns $60.00 in total

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Alyson and Jacob

Alyson and Jacob were married on a gorgeous, early September day overlooking a beautiful mountain view, provided by Veritas Vineyards. Elegant details intertwined with exciting and vibrant colors and design. The floral color story consisted of creams, blush, and greens with pops of poppy red, raspberry, and lime green. Bold blooms and lush greenery made for statement-making bouquets, altars, and arrangements.

Alyson carried a loose, garden-style bouquet, looking as if it was just picked from the garden. Poppy red, raspberry, blush, and orange dahlias were the central floral detail. Garden roses, ranunculus, and seeded eucalyptus added volume and variation. A slight touch of yellow was incorporated as well as a little extra pop. The bouquet was tied in poppy red satin ribbon and pinned with pearls.

Wearing Poppy colored dresses, Alyson’s bridesmaids complemented the color palette wonderfully. They carried bouquets similar to Alyson’s, however, on a smaller scale, The florals were softer in color and design, with a greater emphasis on blush and cream flowers. Dahlias, ranunculus, roses, camellia leaf, and seeded eucalyptus were tied together with a blush satin ribbon.

To celebrate the wedding’s stunning location, we incorporated the Veritas Vineyards signature wine cork into the boutonnieres. For Jacob’s boutonniere, we used a poppy-colored rose bud and seeded eucalyptus. A matching ribbon was tied around the cork to match his bride’s bouquet. The groomsmen wore charcoal suits and also represented Veritas with a wine cork boutonniere. White roses, seeded eucalyptus, and camellia leaf were tied together with the signature poppy colored ribbon.

For the ceremony, we created a birch arch to frame the couple as they took their vows. We dripped the birch branches with stunning blooms, bold greenery, and cascading ribbons. We decided on an asymmetric design in order to make the florals look as if they had grown around the arch organically. The vibrant colors stood out against the natural blue of the mountainside.

The reception was held indoors, but kept the colorful vibrancy of the outdoor ceremony. A handmade lush, green garland of salal and seeded eucalyptus was created to run down the length of the head table. Colorful blooms were woven into the garland as well. Among the swag of greenery, the bridesmaids’ and bride’s bouquets were placed in clear vases and incorporated as centerpieces.

A mix of high glass trumpet vases and low footed bowls were placed throughout the room on the round guest tables. Each centerpiece was lush and loose, replicating the garden style arrangement of the bouquets and the altar arch. We utilized hydrangea, dahlias, roses, lisianthus, and astrantia to create soft tones with pops of colors. Seeded eucalyptus, camellia foliage, and jasmine vine added volume and movement to each piece.

Thank you to Alyson and Jacob for allowing us to add color and excitement to your special day! We wish you both all of the best in your future together. Also, thank you to the amazing J. Ellis Photography for the gorgeous images, as well as all of the other vendors who helped make this day special.

For more photos of Alyson and Jacob’s wedding, visit our Weddings page.

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