I absolutely LOVE June weddings. But I might be a bit biased since I got married in June
Hydrangeas were the most used flower for this June wedding and they were GORGEOUS and big!!
We lined the aisle of the Le Beaux Chateau Wedding Chapel in Flower Mound, TX with white hydrangeas and candles. How pretty!
The bouquets were created by soft muted colored flowers including David Austin’s Juliet Garden Rose and Ocean Song lavender roses (two of my favorite roses if you haven’t picked up), coral hypericum berries (also a designer favorite), pink roses, ivory roses, green hydrangea, pink spray roses, light purple chrysanthemums, succulents, seeded eucalyptus and grey dusty miller leaves wrapped in the prettiest gold glitter ribbon!!! The bridal bouquet had light pink peonies for a special pop and they smelt MARVELOUS!
The boutonnieres were made from a combination of smaller flowers used throughout the wedding flower arrangements. The “combo boutonniere” is a fun alternative to the traditional single rose boutonniere and perfect for the bride who doesn’t want everything uniform!
I ordered 3 dozen roses for the baker to adorn the “icingless” cake. The roses were beautiful (wouldn’t they make for a perfect little girl’s nursery theme?) and the cake turned out great!
We had 3 different centerpiece designs that helped bring height to the tables and fill the room!
First up were the candelabras surrounded by hydrangea. Some venues already have centerpieces or vases and I love optimizing them if that’s the case!
The second design were birdcages the bride provided filled with flowers! These sat on Rosie’s square mirrors and were surrounded by mercury class votive candles the bride had also provided.
Finally, the bride wanted a tall arrangement JUST like my May bride, so we used almost the same design but with pinks and white colors to tie to her theme! These were surrounded by a smaller pillar candle and a floating candle! And of course tealight candles!
How fun were those gold charger plates? The bride had gold as her accent and I think she definitely accomplished that design element!
We also placed a tall arrangement in the lobby of the chapel as the first thing guests saw as they entered the building! You can never have enough flower arrangements!
I’m looking forward to seeing the professional pictures from this day! The chapel was just so pretty and was so versatile!