Nothing brightens up our day more than a bride reaching out to share her wedding photos with us! The best part? The mother of the bride DIY’d her wedding arrangements!
Maddi and Keon’s wedding was filled with rich colors like burgundy, red, navy and shades of pink. She let her mom, Ann Marie, take full control of both picking and arranging the flowers and the results are an absolute dream! Ann Marie was able to create personalized, beautiful arrangements and even added in succulents from her garden!
“It was a blast making them because you could think about each person who was going to carry that bouquet or wear that boutonniere as you made them,” said the mother of the bride.
Jessica Hatter Photography did a fabulous job capturing their special day! Browse through the photos below!
Wholesale Flower Order:
- 50 stems of peachy watermelon ranunculus
- 75 stems of vintage wedding spirit roses
- 50 stems of white with a hint anemones
- 5 bunches of burgundy designer hypericum berries
- 50 stems of scabiosa
- 36 stems of whipped frosting sweetheart garden roses
- 36 stems of blushing ombre roses
- 5 bunches of red hypericum berries
- 5 bunches of silver dollar eucalyptus
- Floral care kit
- 1 bridal bouquet
- 5 bridesmaids’ bouquets
- 2 flower girl bouquets
- 4 nosegay bouquets
- 12 boutonnieres
- Flowers for cake
1. DIY Wedding Bouquets
Maddi’s mother used succulents from her garden and kept the roots of the succulent to create a faux stem. She used a floral stick to make a rigid base and wrapped it in floral tape. After the wedding, she was able to replant them!
2. Flower Girl Bouquets
The cutest, small bouquets were made up of roses, baby’s breath and greenery. These two bouquets paired perfectly with the bridal party’s arrangements!
3. Blush Boutonnieres
As for the boutonnieres, these were kept simple yet elegant with a blush rose, which paired perfectly with the navy suits.
4. Bouquets for their Mothers-in-Law
Rather than creating corsages for Maddi’s mother-in-law and herself, Ann Marie designed small bouquets for them. There are a few different bouquet styles to pick from but this traditional style was the perfect one!
5. Sweetheart Table Florals
To embellish the sweetheart table, Maddi re-used the bouquets and used them as centerpieces.
6. Flower-Filled Cake Table
Maddi repurposed her bridesmaid bouquets in other areas like her cake table! Flowers like anemones, scabiosa, ranunculus and roses were used to embellish the cake.
- Photographer: Jessica Hatter Photography
- Flowers by Ann Marie Tracy with FiftyFlowers.com
- Dress: White Arbor Bridal
- Venue: The Links of Novi
- Cake: Kathy Micu