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Shutler ~ Parks Wedding

What a fun wedding!  Purple and green accented with silver are the main themes in this wedding.  This couple was SUCH a pleasure to work with – so laid back and open to whatever suggestions I had.  One of my favorites to date 🙂

 

Shades of purple and green color palette

Sign-in table of purple hydrangeas and lisianthus with silver painted curly willow.

Altar arrangements of purple hydrangeas, ‘Cool Water’ roses, purple lisianthus, and silver painted curly willow with green apples as filler in the vases.

Pew decorations – purple hydrangeas in purple cones with trailing purple ribbon streamers.

Bridal bouquet – ‘Cool Water’ purple roses, purple lisianthus, purple freesia, and dark purple mini calla lilies accented with purple and silver ribbon and rhinestone crystals.

Another angle of the bridal bouquet.

Reception at the Conoco Phillips Alumni Center.

Reception tables of purple hydrangeas, purple roses, purple lisianthus, and purple stock with green apples and limes.

Close-up of tall reception pieces.

 Reception table of purple hydrangeas, purple roses, and purple lisianthus in a clear glass cube vase.

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About alteague3828

My name is Anna and I am a floral artist and a newbie at this diy project thing. I have been a florist for the better part of 15 years and love doing weddings in my "spare time". But my passion for pretty things doesn't stop there. I also fancy purchasing "junk" and giving it new life. And I try to show people how transforming these pieces doesn't have to break the bank. I hope this blog inspires you!

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