Jen and Mitch's classic and elegant wedding matched their equally classic and graceful wedding venue – the Grand Island Mansion, an Italian Renaissance styled villa located along the Sacramento River delta. Custock Photography captured the love between this sweet couple, along with the architectural drama of the historic venue. The florals we designed – from the bouquets and boutonnieres to the ceremony and reception flowers – maintained the elegant feel of the day, with added touches of softness and romance. Prepare to fall in love…
Jen's bridal bouquet featured garden style roses, including Playa Blanca and Mondial, spray roses, hydrangea, stock, Queen Anne's lace, hypericum berries, freesia, lisianthus and seeded eucalyptus.
The bridesmaids' bouquets shared many of the same flowers as the bride's bouquet, plus incorporated soft peach-toned roses, adding a touch of color and complimenting their steel blue gowns.
The outdoor ceremony was set in an intimate grove of trees. Scattered white rose petals added romance to the ceremony setting, while softening the aisle. Florals that matched the bridesmaids' bouquets were adorned to aisle chairs. Large white urns on pedestals, filled with white and green floral displays, created a focal point at the altar.
These guys! Such animated and adorable ring bearers, looking handsome in their suits and bouts (short for boutonnieres).
A large floral display did double duty by anchoring the seating chart, while at the same time providing a gorgeous welcome to guests.
The centerpieces included many of the same blooms as the bouquets, plus peony and soft gray velvety dusty miller leaf.
Venue: Grand Island Mansion