When we were introduced to bride Kara through a past client her eagerness to collaborate on the design was refreshing. She was excited to discuss ways to incorporate her vision of lush white flowers mixed with Scottish elements for her relaxed and non-traditional wedding at Bronte Harbour in Oakville.
Since her husband to be was wearing his family tartan kilt Kara decided to dress her wedding party in dark colours and keep all the flowers light and airy. For her bridal bouquet we combined magnificent white ranunculus blooms with cream garden roses, white lisianthus and fluttery queen anne’s lace. Bridesmaids carried smaller versions and even the adorable flower girl got a matching bouquet.
The groomsmen, and groomswoman!, sported dark suits with tartan ties and boutonnieres of white ranunculus with seeded eucalytpus. The groom’s ranunculus boutonniere was accented with blue Scottish thistle as a further nod to his Scottish heritage. Corsages for the women featured the same perfect white ranunculus blooms and accent greenery.
The ceremony took place on a perfect summer day under the gazebo at the marina. Large arrangements overflowing with white and green flowers flanked the altar space perched atop glass vases with birch logs for a slightly rustic touch. The aisle was lined with iron shepherd’s hooks with small arrangements of hydrangea, roses, spray roses and greenery suspended from white satin ribbon.
The reception took place at Compass Restaurant adjacent to the marina. For their casual cocktail reception we fashioned small lush arrangements of hydrangea, roses, spray roses, stock and greenery to decorate the tables. With floor to ceiling windows this room showcases spectacular views of the marina and habour.
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