The bride chose burgundy and orange fall flowers. Perfect for this time of year! She loved calla lilies, daisies and a unique bi-color rose. Here is a picture of all the bouquets, sitting amongst my pumpkins.
The bridesmaids wore burgundy dresses. We chose mostly orange flowers for their bouquets, with a touch of burgundy. The brides bouquet was the opposite, mostly burgundy with a touch of orange.
Close-up of a bridesmaid bouquet. Flowers include celosia, chrysanthemums, rosemary, hypericum, dahlias, Rose 'Leonidas', freesia and fall leaves. I so love the orange celosia, all wavy and soft like velvet. Gorgeous flower!
The brides bouquet, mostly burgundy with a touch of orange.
From the top, you can see the brides favorite rose, Rose 'Abracadabra', a bi-color burgundy and yellow rose. Her bouquet also included chocolate cosmos and calla lilies, in addition to the flowers previously mentioned.
The bride (left) and maid of honor (right) bouquets side-by-side. The bride wanted her sisters bouquet to stand out from the other brides maids, since their dresses were all the same. So we added some flowers that only the bride received, like the chocolate cosmos and calla lilies. It gave the bouquet that extra special touch to help recognize her importance to the bride.
One of the corsages for the brides mother. We made the corsages more in the style of a boutonniere. But the stems were wrapped in burgundy satin ribbon and pearl wire to make them look more feminine. They were beautiful!