Sunflowers are, simply put, a happy flower. So when our bride Shirley requested them as her main design element for her early fall wedding we knew they’d take over. Complemented with regal, rich purple these sunny blooms took center stage in the design for a lovely wedding at Archeo in the historic Toronto Distillery District.
Bride Shirley carried a bouquet of sunflowers, dark purple asters, lisianthus, solidago and greenery. The girls popped in flowing royal purple dresses with simple bouquets of sunflowers and greenery. The men looked chic in classic black suits, bow ties and playful boutonnieres of yellow craspedia.
The ceremony took place on Acheo’s outdoor patio on a lovely early fall day. Large feature arrangements of hydrangea, purple stock, greenery and more sunflowers flanked the altar space atop rustic wine barrels. Small arrangements of the same flowers hung from iron shepherds hooks down the aisle.
Inside Archeo the reception space came to life with a collection of small arrangement of sunflowers and purple accent blooms down the length of each long table. But the true focal point of the room was the suspended arrangement over the head table showcasing the feature flower. Amidst lush greenery, bright sunflowers and purple asters injected the space with rich colour while votive candles, hung from purple ribbons, floated above the tabletop.
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