Melanie contacted us via e-mail after finding us by searching the internet. We conversed throughout the winter, sending photos and ideas back and forth. By the end of the winter we pretty much had figured out what flowers would fit into their colour scheme.
Melanie, Emile and their Mom's came out to the farm a couple of weeks prior to the wedding and toured the gardens. They finalized the flowers they liked and what would work for the bout's, bouquets and centrepieces. Throughout our walk in the gardens Emile kept commenting how much he liked the Sunflowers and wanted a boutonniere made with a Sunflower. So we made a small bouquet of sunflowers, just for Emile, and delivered it along with the wedding flowers.
The Boutonniere's consisted of Gomphrena, Sedum, Juncus grass, Baby's Breath and Stock.
The flowers ready for delivery.
We needed a lot of soft pink flowers for this wedding, as you can see. We ended up cutting flowers the morning of the wedding, before we headed off to the market, in the light of dawn. We were able to find enough flowers that were ready for picking that morning to finish off the mason jar centrepieces. That's cutting it close!
The blue mason jars consisted of Dahlias, Cosmos, Sweet Peas, Bell's of Ireland, Zinnias, Frosted Explosion Grass and Queen Anne's Lace. We delivered and set up the centrepieces.
Notice the playdough for the children on the chairs.
My daughter Mandy, helped me set up the flowers at the wedding venue and took a few photos with our point and shoot camera.
Once the flowers were on the tables they really transformed the room.
Lots of details.
The bouquets consisted of Dahlias, Baby's Breath, Dusty Miller, Bachelor Buttons and Hydrangea.
Professional photos courtesy of "Flash'On Photography".
Pretty in pink.
We created a flower crown for the flower girl and she carried a basket of flower petals.
I love this photo!
Thank you for choosing Mistik Acres to be part of your wedding Melanie & Emile!