Sunday, April 26, 2009

Vintage Modern

This Green Pastures bride chose bold pops of orange to add modern flair to her vintage ivory and Tiffany blue color scheme and elegant Victorian venue. The wedding took place on a beautiful sunny afternoon, and the romantic floral choices complimented the wedding's attention to detail perfectly. (photo courtesy of Chris Caselli)

To achieve the organic hand-tied shape she requested for her bouquet, we mixed ivory peonies, creamy roses, orange ranunculus, orange spray roses, white sweet pea, Italian ruscus, and dark brown fiddlehead ferns. The bouquet was accented with a tiffany blue trailing ribbon to match the invitations, menus, and bridesmaids' shawls. (photo courtesy of Sledd photography)

The bridesmaids carried nosegays of tangerine roses tied with Tiffany-blue ribbon to compliment their pashminas, a gift from the bride. (Photos courtesy of Sledd photography)

The boutonnieres featured tangerine and/or ivory spray roses, Italian ruscus, and fiddlehead ferns with Tiffany blue ribbon accents. (photo courtesy of Sledd photography, left, and Chris Caselli, right)

The guests were greeted by a tall arrangement of green curly willow, white larkspur, blue hydrangea, Italian ruscus, and orange spray roses. (photos courtesy of Chris Caselli, left, and Sledd photography, right)

Table centerpieces alternated between clusters of vintage-style glass bottles and cubes wrapped in Tiffany blue ribbon to compliment the menu cards, which featured the bride and groom's signature color. Cubes featured ivory hydrangea, white sweet pea, tangerine ranunculus and spray roses, Italian ruscus, and ivory Vendela roses. Bottles included Vendela roses, tangerine tulips, spray roses, and ranunculus, and white sweet pea. (Photos courtesy of Chris Caselli)

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