Pops of Yellow with Navy & White

Bride Larissa came to us with a classic navy blue and white colour scheme and wanted to insert pops of sunshine yellow through her flowers. Favouring classic, full, rounded shapes with soft romantic texture she left the flower selection in our hands and we did not disappoint!

Larissa’s bridal bouquet was comprised of fluffy mums, bright full roses, spray roses and prettily scented freesia blooms all in shades of yellow. Her bouquet was bound with navy blue ribbon with a collar detail and a crystal buckle for a touch of sparkle.

Yellow bridal bouquet with navy ribbon collar

Yellow bridal bouquet of mums, roses and freesia

Her bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of full yellow roses and spray roses accented with craspedia (or billy balls) for a fun and playful touch. The bright yellow popped against their navy blue dresses.

Yellow bouquet of roses and craspedia

For the church ceremony display we crafted floral pieces of white hydrangea, yellow roses and spray roses with dusty miller to flank the altar.

Yellow and grey altar piece

The reception at Chateau Le Jardin in Woodbridge featured a cafe style head table designed by Daniel Barker House of Design. Designer Ann-Marie used strikingly graphic navy and white chevron fabric on the canopy to tie together the colour scheme. Small arrangements of yellow blooms added just the right pop of colour to the look.

Yellow and Navy Head Table Design

Yellow head table flowers

Guest tables were draped in navy linens and small floral arrangements of hydrangea, roses and blue berries added the final touch of yellow.

Yellow centerpiece- hydrangea and roses

Yellow centerpiece with blue accent berries

It was such a pleasure working with Larissa, who trusted us completely and was thrilled with the outcome of her wedding. We wish her and her new husband Pat a lifetime of happiness together!

~Ashley

For always beautiful and unique wedding flowers contact us at http://www.ashtoncreative.ca

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