With the [much needed] help of our wonderful family, we’ve decided to grow our own flowers for the wedding.
No pressure, right?
With only 136 days until the big day (!), I’ve decided to start practicing my bouquet-making abilities with an easy going spring tablescape.
Because nothing says spring like fresh flowers… and I’ll take all the practice I can get.
While creating this tablescape, I came to the realization that the key to a perfect bouquet isn’t the type of flowers used.
Or the flower colors.
Or even the prep work, like storing them in a refrigerator until they’re ready to make their debut.
The key to the perfect bouquet is its surroundings.
The cement vase that perfectly complements the white and green flowers.
The bold patterned pillows and two blue chargers that add a burst of color to the otherwise neutral table settings.
The white-washed mini pots with homemade name flags.
It all adds to the beauty of the bouquet.
Which is why I’m not worried one bit about our wedding day flowers.
Because we’ll be surrounded by our closest family and friends; people who love and support us unconditionally.
And now that I know what makes a great bouquet, there’s no pressure at all 🙂
All our best,