Monday, September 5, 2011

Tuscany Inspired Wedding Flowers

Wedding Jeannie does more than plan wedding for discerning couples. If you're a loyal fan of my blog, you've seen the teaser shots my Tuscany Inspired Wedding Photo Shoot. You're in for a yummy treat if this is your first time here.

Because of the dream team on this project, an idea transformed into a stunning shoot that was published by the Style Unveiled Blog. The shoot showcased a new venue in San Juan Capistrano, called Serra Plaza. The floral designer was the WICKED TALENT Sussanna Lynn Davidson, owner of French Buckets in Orange County. In these photos captured by the amazing Chris Griffiths of Imagery Immaculate, witness Sussanna's creativity, and try not to drool.

The bride's bouquet was delicate and organic with garden roses, herbs and feathers.

I loved how Sussanna affixed a vintage rosary to the bouquet handle.You can imagine that this was a family heirloom the bride carried close to her heart. You can do the same with a broach, a locket, a photo.....let your imagination run wild, and make your bouquet personal.

A lush Italian table. Roses, wildflowers and herbs tumbling out of a footed urn, say ABUNDANCE.
Sussanna never fails to disappoint when it comes to fine DETAILS. She filled vintage perfume bottles, coffee urns and bud vases with various flowers to fill every available spot. The result is a POLISHED look.

Not all ceremony decor needs to be decorated with flowers. Since we had a rustic Italian theme, Sussanna filled the altar with rosemary plants wrapped in burlap. She adorned the church pews with rosemary, lavender, sage and wheat. All were wrapped in vibrant ribbon. CAN YOU SMELL IT? Almost right? Make sure to subscribe to our blog if you like this post. Next week, we'll feature the ITALIAN CUISINE, by Jay's Catering.

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