Epifany Style - Flowers

Rebeka & Michael had a beautiful wedding at the spectacular Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament. The bridesmaids wore blue, while the flowers were orange with peach mixed in for contrast to bring out the rich colors.

The bouquets were orange dahlias, gerbera daisies, peach sweetheart roses, and hypericum berries, embellished with bronze jewels. Boutonnieres were imported peach roses and wax flowers. The flower girls carried pomanders made from peach stock.

The larger altar arrangements were created from imported two-toned orange roses, snapdragons, chrysanthemums, peach tulips, hypericum berries, and amaranthus, with deflexus and lemon leaf greenery. The church aisle was lined with three differently designed arrangements, which were also used as centerpieces in the reception hall. They were crafted from white hydrageas, lisianthus, birch twigs, freesias, orange tulips, wax flowers, and montbretia, with deflexus and lemon leaf. The cake table was decorated with mini-bouquets of tulips, freesias, sweetheart roses, and hydrangeas.

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Epifany Style Flowers