Tiffaney and Mike's wedding at Pratt Gardens was a refreshing day, and good for the soul. A sunny day in Pratt Gardens is already wondeful enough to enjoy, but adding in this lovely bride and her bright selection of yellow flowers made our hearts even happier.
Tiffaney was a very hands-on bride (our favorite kind!) and provided a lot of the details you'll see in the post. We love working with a creative client, and were honored she chose us to help with her vision.
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Tiffany's bouquet was made of yellow garden roses, silver dollar eucalyptus, some dusty miller, and lilies for a full cascading garden look.
Tiffany's bridesmaids had a variety of flowers, with the maids of honor, bridesmaids and junior bridesmaids carrying different displays of yellow garden roses, peach garden roses, stock, greenery and some dusty miller. Their canary yellow dresses are so pretty - we love this photo, so full of genuine personality!
Mike wore an orchid bout with some tucked in waxflower to coordinate with his bride's bouquet and grey suit - grey and yellow are one of our favorite color combinations, so this worked perfectly!
Tiffaney wanted a pretty background to frame the couple during their ceremony - we dressed up Pratt's gazebo with crisp white draping, and added garlands of eucalytpus to run down the border. Floral tie-backs off cream stock and yellow roses gave some nice details to the points, and Tiffaney's lanterns were scattered at the base to finish the look. Thankfully, the surrounding landscaping is so full and blooming, our work only had to enhance the space!
We always love when couples rent these doors from Pratt Gardens for their ceremony - they provide such a great photo op! We were more than happy to provide full yellow wreaths, with a mix of lisianthus, yellow roses, white roses, eucalyptus and hydrangea.
This spacious tent area was made to look more romantic with lots of string lights and draping.
The manzanita branches and lanterns were provided by Tiffaney as her own personal touches for her centerpieces. We added floral rings with white hydrangnea, soft yellow roses, and yellow stock to the bases of both to complete the centerepices,
Tiffaney and Mike had a long head table set up, and then their own sweetheart table set up on stage directly behind them. This was a great way to be close to the bridal party while still maintaining that intimate setting between bride and groom. We set up a backdrop with our pipe and drape, which coordinated with the rest of the tent setting. The draped smilax across the top enclosed the couple a little bit more.
The couple had this amazing cake stand made to display the assortment of goodies their guests would enjoy - it is so cool! Tiffaney also provided the manzanita tree as the backdrop, which we decorated with greenery, cafe lights, and more hanging votives with rose heads.
Congratulations, Tiffaney and Mike! We wish you lots of love and happieness as you continue on your journey together!