Flowers include: Tangerine tulips + gladiolus, romantic antique garden roses, antique carnations, swamp lily & distant drums roses
When the bride described her color palette as tangerine, watermelon, butterscotch and olive with possible pops of dark pink, blue, ivory and the style as “a bohemian, country garden aesthetic with celtic, viking and hippie vibes,” I knew that we were meant to work together. Plus she wanted me to create a large floral installation along the tree branch to frame the ceremony site – dream client! With so many bold shades, I knew that I would need to blend and balance the tangerine and watermelon. I wanted the overall effect to be bold, without being obnoxious. My love for antique carnation varieties is quite strong and the taupe carnations and quicksand roses were the perfect backdrop for the tangerine tulips and romantic antique garden roses. The Distant Drums roses from Grace Rose Farm tied it all together more perfectly than I could ever hope. And I had to add in the swamp lilies just for fun.