Anna and Matt were married at the American Visionary Arts Museum on a perfect August evening. When Anna and Matt and I met back in the winter, Anna let me know that her colors were going to be dark purple, orange and chartreuse green. She wanted a modern, edgy, unique look that complimented the personal style and the great venue.
Anna’s bouquet was made up of dark purple buddleia and asters, green zinnias, orange asclepias and beautiful Solomon's seal.
The girls bouquets were filed with green and orange zinnias, or coxcomb, purple buddleia and Solomon's seal.
The boutonnieres were made with purple statice, orange asclepias and a fragrant sprig of rosemary.
I was especially excited about the centerpieces for Anna and Matt’s wedding. We did two different table arrangements. The first one was a cube full of green hydrangeas, green zinnias and mountain mint, orange zinnias, coxcomb and asclepias and purple buddleia and gomphrena.
The 2nd centerpiece was a collection of three vases. The first had a submerged gladiola, the second had a single orange zinnia and the third was a mini version of the cube above. They were so colorful-I just loved them!
All of the details of this beautiful wedding went off without a hitch because of the fabulous wedding planner Beth Bailey!
Thanks so much to our wonderful growers-who I STALKED about dark purple flowers for this wedding! Everything turned out so beautifully. Special thanks to Frank Hamilton for the beautiful photos and for being a great champion for Local Color Flowers. To see more photos from Anna and Matt’s wedding, check out our Flickr site.
And most of all…congratulations to Anna and Matt! I’m so glad you chose Local Color Flowers! We loved working with you!