With the Summer wedding season coming to an end, our inbox is beginning to fill with pictures from our 2013 brides… and we just love it!
As not all florals require on-site set up, we don’t always get to see the final picture of how everything comes together. It is for this reason we shriek a little in delight each time a new photo lands in our inbox. Not only does it give us the opportunity to relive our favorite time of year, it also means we can share more beautiful images with you, our dear readers.
So thank you to all of our brides who have shared their treasured memories with us. We are truly grateful! Keep them coming!
Today we are sharing images from Andrea and David’s wedding, captured by Andrea Ball Photography.
Andrea had an original color palette to work with, incorporating neutral tones and greens with pops of pink, peach and burnt orange.
Her bridal blooms included roses, spray rose, freesia, ranunculus and dahlia offset with white hypericum, seeded eucalyptus and trailing vines. For the flower girls we made sweet crowns of eucalyptus and spray rose.
We just love how the bouquets work so perfectly with the different shades of bridesmaid dresses!
When this oh-so-sweet bride came to us for a bridal bouquet, she was quite torn as to what vision to go with.
With so many inspiration pictures out there, it can indeed be a tough decision to commit to one particular color scheme.
But after much deliberation and the promise that it would be beautiful no matter what, we think she made the perfect choice with this peachy-pink delight filled with roses, ranunculus, dahlia, sedum and seeded eucalyptus.
Thank you to Sharalee from Sharalee Prang Photography for sending us these pictures which captured the bouquet in magical light.
We always get excited when a bride comes to us for her wedding florals because she has seen our designs and loves our style. It is one of the best compliments we can receive.
We love it even more when this relationship leads to being a part of a family’s ongoing life celebrations through anniversaries, birthdays, births, and the weddings of friends and relatives.
This was the case for Jenny who came to us after we provided florals for her brother and sister-in-law’s wedding. Needless to say, we were chuffed!
With a vision of vintage, Old-Hollywood glam meets British garden party, Jenny’s florals were soft and romantic with a color spectrum of white and creams, blush, champagne and light pinks. We used dusty miller and eucalyptus for a soft greens palette with roses, spray roses, dahlia and ranunculus used as focus blooms alongside stock and hydrangea. The bouquets were clean and posy-like in style while the pedestal centerpieces embraced a more garden-link feel to echo the natural surrounds of the Stanley Park Tea House.
Thank you to Lyndsay of Well, Hello Photography for capturing the day and sharing these beautiful images with us. And a huge congratulations and thank you to the lovely Jenny and Brandon. We couldn’t believe it when they took time out from their honeymoon to email us words of thanks for their flowers. We hope they don’t mind us sharing.
“We had to take a quick moment to write you folks at Celsia to tell you how pleased we were with the flowers at our wedding! They were absolutely stunning, they took my breath away when I saw them! They were even more beautiful than I could have imagined and everything matched so perfectly!!”
The pleasure was most certainly all ours.