Photographer: Natalie Broach Photography
Connie’s bouquet was a loose free-flowing bouquet that consisted of open white roses, gunna eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus, dusty miller, white lisianthus, all wrapped in ivory. Connie also chose to wear flowers loosely in her hair to match her bouquet. Her six bridesmaids wore slate blue long dresses and carried the same flowers as the bride in their bouquet, but smaller in size. Connie also requested cake flowers that were open white roses and eucalyptus.
The ceremony took place in a chapel. The cross in the chapel was adorned all the way across and all the way down the cross with white open roses, white stock, white miniature roses, white delphinium, and different types of eucalyptus. The pew markers consisted of white roses, eucalyptus, and white organza ribbon.
At the reception, the bride and groom had a grand buffet arrangement that consisted of white open roses, white stock, white delphinium, white miniature roses, bells of Ireland, dusty miller, and eucalyptus. Connie brought in around 75 vintage white glass vases for her table centerpieces. The vases came in an assortment of styles and sizes, which added a unique flare to each table.
Wedding Flowers: The Flower Gallery