We have had the opportunity to create flower arrangements for several unique weddings this summer. This wedding, located on the lush grounds of Twin Ponds, had a vintage tea-party theme, complete with teapot centerpieces and candles made in teacups. The bride and groom’s color scheme was pale yellow and ivory, with touches of peach.
The bride carried a colonial bouquet with ivory polo roses, pale yellow mini gerbera daisies, cream stock, peach alstomeria, white spray roses and peach hypericum berries. The designer used seeded eucalyptus and ivy to create a loose garden look to the piece.
The bridesmaids carried hand tied bouquets of white spray roses, pale yellow gerbera daisies, cream stock, peach alstomeria, and peach hypericum berries wrapped in ivory satin ribbon.
The most unique part of this vintage wedding was the boutonnieres. Each boutonniere had an embellishment that reflected the wearer.
The fathers wore hops, wheat and burlap boutonnieres with beer caps attached.
The groom wore a white rose with a pearl violin.
The best man’s boutonniere had peach hypericum berries and pit, embellished with mini bronze grilling utensils.
One of the ushers had a boutonniere with peach hypericum berries, pit and a mini John Deere tractor.
Another usher wore peach hypericum berries, pit and golf tees.
The centerpieces were made in a variety of vintage tea pots filled with peach alstormeria, pale pink gerbera daisies, white spray roses, and white daisies.
At the tables, each tea pot arrangement was surrounded with teacup candles and bottles of wine.