Stanley Cup Wedding
Yes, she loved him so much they did a Stanley Cup cake! The bride chose some amazing wedding flower colors (purple, pink, blue) for the centerpieces and bouquets with eggplant runners. Gorgeous!
Bride's Bouquet: Roses, Delphiniums, Antique Hydrangeas, Stock, Carnations, Frosted Explosi
3 Bridesmaids Bouquets
3 Flower Girls
4 Corsages, 11 Boutonnieres
12 Centerpieces (12" boxes)
Seating Chart Frame
Soak up the colors in these wedding flowers, they're a bit on the jewel tone side- which I love. As well as the eggplant table runners, which are really a great backdrop for the rustic centerpieces. This wedding reminds me that all brides should keep in mind that a few wedding day problems can loom out there! This couple had an outdoor ceremony planned, but you guessed it, it rained. We moved the wedding alter inside the reception venue, and had to decorate that in a pinch. We had a solution, it worked, and the beautiful bride rolled with it! That brings me to another wedding day problem that can be avoided. A bride had silk rose petals planned for each side of the aisle as she made her way to prince charming. Come to find out, the venue didn't allow for silk petals outdoors!! A standard rule of thumb is real/fresh petals are allowed outdoors because they naturally are absorbed into the ground. Silk petals are allowed indoors, as they don't disintegrate into the carpet. But, a more important guideline is to always check with your wedding venue to see what they permit. They will help you avoid easy mistakes and reduce unnecessary stress on your wedding day.