This fall wedding took place on a beautiful day in early November. The bride requested a textured mix of sunset fall colors with berries, wheat, and millet accents.
The bridal bouquet was a cascade of Leonidas and camel roses, which matched the ribbon and bead accents on the bride's gown, various mums, orange queen Peruvian lilies, brown hypericum berries, peachy gerbera daisies, and a spectrum of brown wheat and millet. The bouquet was wrapped in silk ribbon taken from the bride's dress.
The bridesmaids, who wore short chocolate brown dresses with black and topaz accents, carried small bouquets of creamy vendela roses, orange queen Peruvian lily, and brown hypericum. Their bouquets were wrapped with chocolate satin ribbon and pinned with copper pins.
The groom's boutonniere was composed of an ivory calla lily with brown hypericum and wheat accents.
Boutonnieres and corsages featured ivory vendela roses, majolika spray roses, and brown hypericum and chocolate or ivory ribbon accents.
The first pews of the church were decorated with hanging arrangements of fall foliage, orange and gold Peruvian lilies, coppery hypericum, and mums in oranges, golds, and rusts. They complimented the fall leaves, hand-carried by the bride's mother from her hometown in the Pacific Northwest, that accented the aisle.
The altar arrangements were tall, textured compositions of Leonidas and camel roses, orange queen Peruvian lily, autumn-colored mums, brown hypericum berries, brown lotus pods, and rusty millet and wheat.