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Selk Wedding

I LOVE ORANGE WEDDINGS! There, I said it….deal with it.

Granted, I may be a little biased considering my background, but hey – who wouldn’t love this color palette?!

Bright (OSU) orange, soft gray, and white. Lots of vintage themes to this wedding ūüôā

Bridal bouquet of all white ‘Virginia’ roses, hydrangeas, spray roses, and Queen Anne’s Lace paired with silver ‘Silver Dollar’ seeded eucalyptus and wrapped in a smoke gray ribbon with lace overlay.

Bridesmaid bouquets were¬†comprised of orange ‘Miracle’ roses, lemon leaf, and silver seeded eucalyptus. At this wedding, I was introduced to Kristine and Scott¬†Redekopp who¬†own Blue Elephant Photography.¬†Brilliant local photographers who add a gorgeous, vintage look to their photos!¬† They¬†were nice enough to lend me a copy¬†of the work they did for Katy’s wedding.¬†

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The ceremony was held in the First United Methodist Church in Stillwater, OK. The church has BEAUTIFUL stained glass all in the sanctuary and foyer. I had to take advantage of this.

Bridesmaids with the bride. Love the gray and orange combo!

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Groomsmen with groom. All groomsmen wore gray suspenders and orange ties. Their boutonnieres were orange spray roses with white Queen Anne’s Lace and seeded eucalyptus.

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The aisles were lined with white hydrangeas with light gray ribbon.

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(Left) The altar was flanked with 2, 2′ tall vase centerpieces of all white hydrangeas, ‘Virginia’ roses, and Queen Anne’s Lace.¬† Lemon leaf and seeded eucalyptus draped down bottom of the vase. (Right) Close-up of the aisle hydrangeas. Beautiful stained glass windows added a wonderful backdrop to these flowers.

¬†The head table was decorated with 2 black lanterns¬†inside white hydrangeas, white spray roses, and orange ‘Miracle’ rose wreath centerpieces. All chairs were draped in an orange satin ribbon.

Another view of the lantern wreath centerpieces 

Some of the table centerpieces were white hydrangeas and roses, orange roses,¬†and Queen Anne’s Lace in 6′ glass cube vases.¬†

¬†Every table had a picture of the couple together at various stages of their relationship.¬† They were high school sweethearts and married after they graduated college. Say it with me….”Aw, how sweet”

 Bud vases containing orange roses were on some of the reception tables.

¬†Close-up of a reception centerpiece. White hydrangeas, orange roses, white Queen Anne’s Lace, and white roses in a glass cube vase.


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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  1. Love the feature! And you have great photography skills too it looks like ūüôā And it was so nice meeting you! We will make sure to include you to our list of vendors. When clients meet up with us, we normally give them a list of vendors that we prefer ūüôā


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