Taking her mixture of bottles along with boxes, tins and other fun rustic containers, we created natural and fun centerpieces for her Stone House wedding reception. What we loved about this particular wedding was the fact that she has a love of anything funky and natural. These table centerpieces used typical flowers such as garden roses and dahlias but then we really went "wild' with elements such as echeveria plants, scabiosa pods, craspedia and herbal elements such as rosemary and then added interesting foliage's such as sword fern and seeded eucalyptus. Most tables had more than one element like this one that had a brass tin, a whiskey bottle and a moss nested succulent plant.
In case you were wondering about the other floral elements, the bouquet pictured below was what the brides maid's carried - mini bouquets of all baby's breath wrapped in twine. The bridal bouquet was also all white with a combination of baby's breath, ranunuculus, hydrangeas and garden roses. Simple and clean was the order of the day for the bouquets but by the time guests made it to the reception, the funky ~ natural centerpiece took center stage for this Sunday afternoon wedding.