I just received yet another set of stunning pictures by John & Joseph Photography who photographed one of our recent weddings - so I needed to share right away.
It was the cultural fusion wedding of Brenna and Kas who tied the knot last April at the swank Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle. Many Indian textures and styles influenced this mostly western-style wedding: from the bright purple Indian bridesmaids' saris, to the grooms suit, to the rich color-palette of bright purple and orange ..., this wedding was fun, rich, and sophisticated in style!
For Brenna we designed a bouquet in mostly whites with just a few accents of dark purple - picking up the color of the bride's maids dresses.
For the ceremony we created a backdrop consisting of many different elements - the mix of tall blooming branches, bunches of mostly purple floral, tall white vases, and submerged orchids lend texture, color, and richness. If you are a regular reader of this blog you will know that this grouped style of various decor elements is one of my favorite - so classy!
Lining the aisle were tall glass cylinder vases of mixed floral - bringing in some rich oranges to brighten up the palette.
The focal point of the ceremony were tall willow trees blooming with white and purple orchid blossoms.
The reception guest tables were decorated with different centerpiece designs - like in this example, with a mix of orange and purple flowers mixed with silver foliage ...
... or like here, with a modern break-away style design ...
... or like here, with a cluster of candles in different sizes - containing floating candles and submerged orchids. Silver linens and silver Chivari chairs completed the look and gave this wedding reception quite a luxurious flair ...
Austin Beaver and his team provided purple wall up-lighting which gave the room an elegant glow after dark, creating a very magical atmosphere.
We also created a little movie clip of this wedding featuring these and many more photos of this beautiful wedding.
To view this movie, either click on the image below
or visit our Flora Nova Design Channel on YouTube