For Toni and Gon’s indoor wedding my concept was to keep things looking as natural as possible, like a garden.
The bride wanted to have a small bouquet and, I arranged one in nosegay style using five seasonal flowers that followed a pale orange and green palette.
The reception table followed the woodland concept. I worked moss, tree bark and ivy around the flowers. The bride asked for some of her engagement photos to be featured on the table so I made some DIY wire frames for them. I also added a few odds and ends like a teapot, candles, sculptures etc to cozy it up.
I created two big pedestals at the entryway of the wedding isle. Lining the isle we had parallel arrangements with ferns, spirea and bridal wreath.
Finally the podium was decorated in a fusion Canadian / Korean style because it was a fusion wedding! Flowers were arranged wreath-like around the candles that are used in the traditional candle lighting ceremony. The centrepiece was long and low to flow across the table.
A huge thank you to the bride and groom who had complete trust in my ability and gave me total creative freedom to pursue my vision!
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Photo by Greg Samborski Photography