January 16, 2008

An All-White Wedding

For this wedding at Seattle's St. Marks Cathedral, the bride wanted a very classic feeling to match the setting. She chose a palette of all-white flowers accented with green. Her bouquet consists of Vendela roses, white miniature calla lilies, green hydrangea, and Queen Anne's lace.
The bridesmaids also carried smaller versions of the bride's bouquet, accented with green hypericum.

The all-white theme carried to the reception at the famed Broadmoor Golf Club. We filled our silver urns with hydrangeas, Vendela roses, dahlias, green hypericum, millet and Queen Anne's lace.

We lined the head table with balls of flowers on silver pedestals. The balls we made of Vendela roses, baby's breath or white buttons with hypericum. We don't often use baby's breath, but it works well here when used as the only flower in an arrangement.

This view shows how the entire look came together with linens to match the bridesmaid's dresses. The silver urns were a perfect match for the formal decor of the room.

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