Epifany Style - Flowers

Hannah & Moises had a June wedding at Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church. Their color was purple which allowed us to use many unusual flowers.

For the main ceremony, the aisle was decorated with tulle draping, purple ribbons, and pale yellow & purple flower petals. This led to the stage, where two tall arrangements flanked the altar and unity candle arrangement. The arrangements consisted of buddleia, chrysanthemums (football mums), tulips, imported lavender roses, freesias, sweet peas and stocks accented with hanging amaranthus and birch twigs, both painted purple.

The bridal bouquet was created from aranda orchids, vanda orchids, cymbidium orchids, and posy calla lilies, including custom ordered eggplant calla lilies. The bridesmaids' bouquets were designed with vibrant yellow goldstrike roses. A long garland of deflexus, tree fern, and plumosa was woven for the head table, interspersed with cymbidium orchids and purple-painted amaranthus. The bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets were laid along the edge of the head table as extra decor. The wedding cake was adorned with green cymbidium orchids and aranda orchids.

To reduce cost, Epifany Style provided the training and flowers for the bride and her friends to create the centerpieces for thirty-seven tables. Each consisted of three vases of various heights containing tulips and floating candles. For more information on how Epifany Style can help you save money by designing your own arrangements, check out the Frugal Elegance section of our website.

Read about the bride's experience working with Epifany Style here.

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