My first impression of Kaylee and Nick was that they were both extremely down-to-Earth people who deeply care for one another. It’s endearing to meet a couple like this and have them as our clients. It’s also refreshing to have a couple that are both present at the first consultation, as well as throughout the entire floral design process. Kaylee and Nick wanted to plan every detail of their wedding together from start to finish. I have a lot of respect for that because it shows that they truly have a loving partnership and want to make decisions as a team. It also allows us to get to know them individually so that we’re able to incorporate each personality into the overall design of their wedding.
This was a fairly smaller wedding than most with about 65 guests, so the couple wanted to really have fun dressing up the tables for their friends and family to enjoy. They had mentioned using a lot of greenery, so we opted to incorporate as assortment of eucalyptus for garland, and then placed a mix of small and large lanterns down the center of the tables. It was just enough to create something that was memorable without going overboard, which was what the couple was aiming for. The two also wanted the arch to be a focal point for their wedding, so we used a lot of eucalyptus, garden roses and antique carnations for a look that still made a statement, but didn’t take away from the breath-taking, mountainous background. Seriously, that view is epic!
And there was an awesome Solar System themed wedding cake that was a fun symbol of their love for outer space.