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Saturated Jewel-Toned Wedding Flowers with a Tropical Twist: Sierra + Ross

We love it when a bride and groom embrace color. Not only do pops of color look amazing in photos but it truly provides that "Wow" factor. Sierra and Ross's choice of rich, tropical jewel-toned wedding flowers, set against the sapphire blue bridesmaids' gowns was absolutely stunning. They took it a step further and held their outdoor wedding ceremony at scenic Catta Verdera Country Club in Lincoln, California, which provided even more color with a natural backdrop of rich green foliage and endless blue skies.

Thanks to Dee & Kris Photography for these gorgeous photos!

A plethora of unique florals were incorporated into the bride and bridesmaids' bouquets including four (yes, four!) different protea varieties: king protea, banksia protea, pincushion protea and pink mink protea.

Did you know? Protea are South African flowering plants, sometimes also called sugarbushes. In local tradition, the Protea flower represents change and hope.

We also included eryngium, lucodendron, hypericum, clover thistle, fern varieties, peony, ranunculus, boronia, ruskus, camelia, and craspedia (otherwise known as billy balls). In addition to color, lots of texture and form rounded out these unique, tropical-inspired bouquets.

Groom Ross's boutonnière was a statement piece, with floral elements plucked from the bouquets.

The outdoor ceremony venue at Catta Verdera provided a backdrop of saturated greens and bright blue skies.

The tropical floral garland and swag on the wooden arbor created a focal point at the altar while incorporating the couple's colorful wedding palette.

A long floral garland was draped along the front of the head table. We also decorated the stone fireplace mantel (behind) with more florals and greens.

Varying sizes of bold blooms complimented the wedding cake.

We love a sparkly exit!

Vendor Team

Wedding Flowers: Visual Impact Design \ Venue: Catta Verdera Country Club

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