It’s that time of year again,
spring wedding season is approaching us so quickly you can practically hear the bells ringing in the distance. This week we decided to harness the spring wedding overload and translate it into stunningly romantic lobby piece that have us all swooning to get married. Robust antique hydrangea play with the soft subtlety of Japanese spirea and Queen Anne’s Lace to come together and create a design all their own.
Different shades of roses; Juliet, Mother of Pearl, and Keira, all come together to paint a soft subtle pastel pallet that we can’t get enough of. But the real show stopper is the dark apricot ranunculus that provides a larger than life focal, with their phenomenal size and rich color how could you not fall in love. To anchor and pop the bright pops of pastel petals we added burgundy Scabiosa to enhance the whimsical style and add contrast to the design that it desperately craved.
Every aspect of this week’s recipe has us all dreaming of going to the chapel and boy we couldn’t be happier about getting married!