Wedding flowers # 1 : Bohemian style

Challenge

This beautiful bride contacted me via e-mail as she was out of province. She had to communicate with me long distance all the way till her very wedding day.  In fact I had never personally met her.  Wedding colors were dark red/burgundy and cream. Bride also specified lots of greenery, grasses and ferns.  

Solution

To that request for I recommended bohemian style bouquets with overspilling greens. For burgundy and dark red I used deep red roses "Black Magic" and Cymbidium orchids as main flowers. For cream - standard roses and Hypericum berry. White Veronica accentuated ordered chaos of the bouquet. These wedding flowers were simply gorgeous.

Testimonial

 

"Your flower creations absolutely blew me away, they were so stunning!!! I can't believe how you captured what I was looking for when I hardly even knew myself. You have a wonderful talent. I was full of nerves the morning of the wedding but as soon as I saw the flowers half an hour before the ceremony I was in awe of the beauty and instantly calmed. 

Thank you so much for creating the most perfect bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages for our wedding day.  :)  " - by Tori Q. 2018

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wedding flowers # 2: reception flowers

wedding centerpiece, wedding baby breath

Challenge

When I met with the bride, she already had  florist booked for her personal flowers. She was planning to work on her centerpieces herself, however at  4 weeks till wedding mark, the thought of it become overwhelming. Also major focal point were supposed to be candelabras with candles, however venue was not allowing for open fire. That called for change of plans and new ideas how to decorate them with fresh flowers and in addition we had to fit into the modest budget. 

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Solution

That wedding was in black tie style, so we chose single white Dendrobium orchid for submerged centerpieces and one stem of Hydrangea for lower vase. Candelabras were decorated with multiple baby breath blooms to create white ball effect and LED tea lights. 

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Testimonial

 

"Can't say enough about how beautiful and amazing Natasha's work is! I ordered all my centerpieces for my wedding through Flower Aura and she did such an amazing job! She worked with me every step of the way and really listened to what I wanted and to my budget. Thank you so much! "

- by Nelli Lomtadze Horvat, 2018

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Wedding Flowers # 3: Compromise

Alberta wedding florist

Challenge

This amazing bride had a dilemma. She wanted to keep her wedding flowers forever, but on the other side she wanted to have fresh cut flowers as well. Her wedding colors were baby pink, white and navy blue. 

Wedding flowers

Solution

After some deliberation we decided to go ahead with combination of fresh and artificial flowers. Bride received luscious large nosegay bouquet of fresh cut flowers and greenery she dreamed of and her maid of honor received a miniature version of bride's bouquet but in silks. This way this couple could have the best of two worlds. 

For navy blue color we used matching spray paint to tint textural bouquet elements. 

Bridal bouquet

Testimonial

"Thank you for the flowers and services. The flowers looked absolutely stunning and [Groom] and I appreciated all the work that went with it. Thanks again and we will be sure to recommend you for others in the future" - Taelor A. 2018

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