Megan and Mitch are Married!

September 25, 2010

A few weeks ago we had the honor of working with Megan and Mitch for their nature inspired wedding. I’m so excited to share the details. I loved the white and green color scheme, and had soooooo much fun with their flowers.

Besides ceremony and personal flowers, we also had the pleasure of doing their reception flowers as well. The reception was held at The Brink Lounge in Madison. It was our first reception at The Brink, and I think it was a huge success. We were really able to transform the space.

Onto the flowers! We created 3 bouquets, 5 bouts and 4 corsages for the wedding. We accented the existing alter plants with some beautiful white spider mums for a nice pop of white against the green foliage. The reception flowers were amazing… more on that in a bit.

The Bride’s Bouquet: A white and green bouquet. We made this bouquet with white gerbera daisies, dahlias, carnations, and spider mums and green roses, button mums, hypericum berries and salal greenery. The stems were wrapped with satin ribbon, then we used fabric from the brides dress to do a ballet stem treatment accented with pearl pins.

The Groom’s Bout: A simple bout made with white button mums accented with greenery and twigs.

The Maid’s Bouquet: Very similar to the brides bouquet, this bouquet was made without the white spider mums but added bear grass accent.

The Groomsman’s Bout: Just like the grooms, but with some green button mums mixed in with the white.

The Dad’s Bout: A green tea rose with a white button mum and basic tape wrapped stem.

The Mom’s Corsage: Just like the dads, but with an ivory bow.

And onto the reception! Like I had mentioned earlier, the reception was held at The Brink Lounge in Madison. Megan had been collecting green glass and milk glass vases for quite some time. We filled this extensive vase collection with greenery accented with some white blossoms. It really turned out beautifully. There were 20 tables in the dining room, and we had enough vases to add some to the lounge for cocktail hour as well. Here are a bunch of pictures of the transformed reception area:

Matthew and I had a fantastic time working for Megan and Mitch. We really loved the natural vibe of their event.

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