Michelle's burlap and lace wedding called for an airy and foliage filled bouquet. Michelle wanted lots of greenery in her flowers with a pop of pale pink and white. I had an especially fun time wrapping the boutonnieres with twine and searching out the perfect broach to top off the lace wrap on the bridal bouquet. The arrangements for Michelle's wedding included the following flowers: cream spray rose, Gypsophilia (babies breath), dusty miller (grey leaves), spirea (green leafy foliage with tiny white flowers), seeded Eucalyptus (brown and green seed like stems), and pale pink stock.
Photos courtesy of Lora Grady Photography
When April got engaged to my husband's cousin, I was extremely excited to hear her ideas for her flowers and wedding. She had some very unique colors of blues and browns that she wanted to incorporate into her flowers and decorating. We were lucky to find the exact color of blue delphiniums for her arrangements as well as blue hydrangeas to match.

April's wedding was fun because she wanted to incorporate some flowers in her cake. In addition to these arrangements, she had wrist-lets for her bridesmaids and mason jar arrangements for the tables.

The other flowers in April's arrangements were gypsophilia baby's breath, white football mums, white stock, seeded eucalyptus, and white spider mums.
Mason jar arrangements included white stock and spider mums in addition to the Hydrangea and delphinium.
April and Jake had a full wedding party. April really liked the idea of wrist-lets for her bridesmaids and for the mothers. The wrist-lets included spider mums and white stock.
With the layered cake April requested a cascading floral arrangement of many of the same flowers used in her bouquet. This cake has a clear image of what the seeded eucalyptus looks like. It is the very small brown, seed like stem flowing from one level to another. It also comes in other sizes and colors.