Welcome to day 9 of my 31 Days of Inspiring Bouquet Ideas! This stunning hand-tied bouquet features pink gerberas, pink roses, dark pink spray roses, purple lisianthus, magenta stock, white and pink bouvardia and Queen Anne’s lace. The bride wanted more of a wildflower look, so the stems are minimally wrapped in a pink satin ribbon.
Here is the bride’s bouquet again displayed in a Blume box. These are great for transport and delivery. They keep the bouquets up-right and the stems hydrated until the flowers are needed for bridal party photographs. Once photos are done, the bouquets can be set back into the boxes until the ceremony. Blume boxes are convenient, economical and can be ordered in a variety of colors to match the event.
The arch arrangement for this wedding included the same flowers used in the bride’s bouquet, with the addition of pink snapdragons and plumosa. Both the wedding and reception were held at Green Mountain Ranch, a popular wedding venue in Lytle Creek, CA. The ranch used to be an old-west mining era “truck stop,” if you will, where travelers could stop for food and refreshments. Several of the original rustic buildings still stand, and the wooded grounds give the venue an authentic country feel. There are several outdoor garden spaces available for events, including various wooden gazebo settings, a mountain view and a lakeside grass area. There is also a beautiful little wooden chapel, for very small weddings. Receptions can be held indoors or in the open air lake-side pavilion. Green Mountain Ranch is an ideal location for brides looking for a garden or country venue for their wedding.
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