Welcome to day 16 of my 31 Days of Inspiring Bouquet Ideas! This lovely little hand-tied toss bouquet features light and dark blue delphinium, pink roses and white daisy chrysanthemums. The stems are wrapped in a white satin ribbon with matching bows and black pearl pins on the handle.
This was one of the most uniquely themed weddings we have ever been involved with. From the above photo, you might ask, “Is that a fondant belt buckle on the cake?” Yep! The wedding had an old-west theme which was perfectly suited for Green Mountain Ranch, an old stage coach stop and now a country style venue.
The bride wore a sparkling Prussian blue gown while the maid was dressed in a crimson satin. Both bouquets featured white roses and chrysanthemums, accented with color to match their dresses. The bouquets were wrapped in black velvet and black pearl pins adorned the handles.
The wedding ceremony was held on the lake-side lawn where the aisle was draped with tulle and lined with rose petals.
Surrounded by miniature canning jars filled with mums, the unique cake was provided by Cucamonga Cakery.
Finally, the old-west was brought to life with a unique surprise for the guests! Fully outfitted with boots, spurs, long coats and hats, the “Sheriff” and his shotgun-toting posse, “extracted” the groom from a company of gambling friends and “escorted” him to the alter! The wild band of theatrical players was provided by Guns and Garters. They were awesome to watch, and with many of the guests also dressed in old-west attire, the event was like a step back into time!
Be sure to join me tomorrow for pink and orange sherbet roses!
On the journey toward Home,