Summer Lovin’ 2015: A Quick Look At This Seasons Weddings

Weddings September 13, 2015


Wedding season has been keeping us occupied as of late, and we have barely had a free moment to share any of the beautiful photos with you. We’ve been busy running around bringing these events to life with passion, energy and a whole heap of Garden Party Teamwork.


An early spring wedding with burgundy Peonies, Ranunculus, and chocolate Scabiosa, along with Anenomes, Juliet Garden Roses, Lilac, Spray Roses, Hellebores accompanied by Seeded and Silver Dollar Eucalyptus.


These aubergine inspired centrepieces were a treat to create, showcasing a wild more natural style.


As the season came into full swing large ‘domey’ arrangements were at almost every one of our summer weddings. These big and impressive arrangements were well suited for the gorgeous weddings they appeared at. This style can range from more modern and compact (like the all white arrangement above) to a more loose Garden-esque style (shown below).

Natural:Domey, White,Pink


Soft peaches, and pinks along with white were among the most popular flower colours for Weddings, as these shades often are. With many couples requesting white Hydrangea, Juliet Garden Roses, white Ohara Roses, Lisianthus, peach Mini Roses and white Vendela Roses (and of course Peonies while they were here!)


White,Pink,Green Domey


Lush greenery drapes over this metal archway at a late summer wedding at  Vancouver’s Rowing Club in Stanley Park. The greenery is made up of Salal, Seeded Eucalyptus, Feathered Eucalyptus, Silver Dollar Eucalyptus with White Dahlias.



This nautical themed wedding was simple, but elegant with centrepieces made up of mixed greenery, burgundy Dahlias, Dusty Miller, and peach Roses in gold mercury glass vases.




It has been a whirlwind of a wedding season and we are all so pleased to have been a part of so many beautiful ones! Congratulations to all our newly married couples!

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