We consider our floral designs as a work of both love and art, so it's only natural that we love it when a wedding is held at an art studio or museum! Beatnik Studios is the ideal space for an intimate, creative and personalized wedding. The studio is your blank canvas and your color palette is only limited by your imagination. At this wedding pastels were on exhibit – in soft pinks, yellows, peaches and creams – displayed in large romantic floral bouquets and arrangements. This look nicely juxtaposed with the industrial feel of the gallery. Rustic touches were added to the ceremony altar and the boutonnieres. Enjoy these lovely photos taken by our very own Carissa Marson.
This uber romantic pastel bouquet features peonies, roses, anemone, ranunculus, astilbe and dusty miller.
A great shot of the state capitol in the background Carissa! This romantic arrangement spills over with peonies, roses, ranunculus, hydrangea, white stock blossoms, dusty miller, lemon and not one, but two kinds of eucalyptus – seeded and silver dollar.
The romantic pastel florals soften the industrial feel of the studio space in this historic turn-of-the-century building, originally owned by The Great Western Power Company. We placed clear cylinder vases with floating white candles and candle pillars to each side of the aisle for a touch of minimalistic, monochromatic romance. The simple altar is made up of a rustic wooden stands, dotted with more white candles of varying heights.
Boutonnieres contained mini succulents, baby's breath, scabiosa, and a single white rose for the groom. The stems wrapped in hemp for a rustic touch.
Low centerpieces in soft pinks, ivory and greens sit pretty on a gold satin runner.
Large floral displays dress up the gift and cake tables. What a sweet cake topper!