As we often mention, we’re always thrilled to get word that our flowers were used in a wedding that’s been beautifully photographed, and this one was certainly no exception! While we’re all ready for spring to arrive in full force (with some sun-soaked, warm days!), I must say I am going to miss the unique beauty of a snowy winter wedding, so I wanted to squeeze in one more gorgeous example of this before spring has sprung.
To create their floral look, here’s what this couple ordered: White Ranunculus (100 stems), Silver Brunia Balls (15 bunches), Seeded Eucalyptus (10 bunches), Dusty Miller Green Filler (100 stems), Blue Berry Cedar Christmas Green Filler (25 bunches), Natural Blue Thistle (100 stems), and Cosima Orange Roses (75 stems).
And now for the pictures! Be sure to scroll all the way down for the last shot, it’s a show-stopper…
See what I mean about that last one?! So dreamy.
Their blog post also shared some charming details about the frosty festivity:
- Their wedding date was one of the most popular that year for good reason: 12/13/14 (the last sequential date of the century) but didn’t actually plan it that way.
- Instead of traditional table numbers, the couple chose numbers of significance to them (like No. 388 for the mile marker where Kevin proposed).
- Moriah wore her Great-Great Grandmother’s mink stole, earrings, and bracelet as her something…very, very old (and classically beautiful).
- The bride’s younger brother officiated the ceremony and spent a great deal of time making it absolutely perfect.
- To reach the reception site, guests had to take sleighs drawn by Snowcats!
Our congratulations to Moriah and Kevin on their beautiful nuptials! Special thanks again to A Colorado Courtship for letting us know about this post, and Katie Keighin for the breathtaking photographs.