Epifany Style - Flowers

Teresa & Elijah were married the end of July at Capital Presbyterian Church. The bride chose peach and pink with a hint of blue for her ceremony colors. To brighten up the reception hall she decided on yellow, blue, and white.

The church aisle was lined with tulle draping and rose petals, with two different colors of blue ribbon and greenery upon the ends of the pews. The altar was flanked with two tall arrangements, while a unity candle set atop the altar and a candelabra was behind. The arrangements were created using asiatic lilies, curly willows, peachy-pink stock, amaranthus, peach roses, yarrow, gerbera daisies, and blue delphinium for the hint of blue the bride desired.

The bride's bouquet was peach roses, large pink gerbera daisies, peach mini gerbera daisies, white posy calla lilies, peach cymbidium orchids, ranunculus, and a sprinkling of blue delphinium, wrapped in blue satin ribbon. The bridesmaids' bouquets were peach roses, peach gerbera daisies, blue delphinium, yarrow, astilbe, and bear grass loops. Boutonnieres and corsages were created from varying combinations of posy calla lilies, peach roses, blue delphinium, gerbera daisies, and yarrow. Those for the bride's parents were distinct because of their peach florals while the groom's parents had blue. The wedding cake was decorated with peach cymbidium orchids and a few blue delphinium.

Because the bride was on a budget, Epifany Style worked with her by designing several centerpieces for her and her friends to assemble. Epifany Style also provided the flowers and greenery at near wholesale prices. For more information on how Epifany Style can help you save money on wedding flowers, check out the Frugal Elegance section of our website.

The bride, Teresa, shares more on her experiences with Epifany Style here.

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