Soft Whites

This bride chose to do an all-white and pale green palette for her wedding flowers. The astilbe, hydrangea and baby's breath lent a real softness to the overall design, and I loved the finished look at Ruby.

The astilbe bridal bouquet diverted from the round shape we see all the time. With just a few accent flowers it was a stunner!

The bridesmaid's carried simple bouquets of hydrangea, rosemary, seeded eucalyptus and dusty miller.

The groom's boutonniere was composed of astilbe, green hypericum berries, seeded euc and a little rosemary. Groomsmen wore a similar bout without the astilbe.

Pew markers of baby's breath and seeded eucalyptus were a soft touch for the ceremony, and were repurposed as bistro table arrangements after the flip for the reception.

For the altar area a round arrangement of white and green was the perfect compliment. Using Queen Anne's Lace, waxflower and little more astilbe kept it really soft.

Here's a view of the entire ceremony area. Brenda at Ruby did a great job putting all the details together, including that fabric ceiling!

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