I have been dying to share these photos with you, but I had to wait a little bit so Krystal, of Krystal Muellenberg Photography could email these to me. Since she was in Mexico, shooting another wedding, this took some time. One look at these pictures, and you know why people hire her to travel from Wisconsin to Mexico to have her photograph their weddings :). Just gorgeous, gorgeous work!
So Jenn contacted me and told me what she was looking for, in terms of flowers, colors and the general look. We had to cut down on one flower variety, to keep the bouquet consistent with what she was looking for. I always advise my brides not to go for too many different grand-looking flowers. They vie for attention :) and spoil the look. This is something I learned from my teacher Yukiko and also the tons of Floral Arrangement books that I keep reading.
So anyway, we decided on Blush Pink Anemones, Ivory Peonies and Antique Hydrangeas. I added some simple green and pink fillers - so that they complemented, rather than competed with the flowers. I wanted to give this bouquet a freshly hand-tied feel and didn't press the flowers tightly against each other. I like simple ivory wraps, but in this case I felt it needed a splash of brown. So that is where the brown ribbon came in. Ivory+Brown, Green+Brown, Pink+Brown. You can't go wrong with any of those combos! So classic and so so beautiful. I am so happy with the end result! :)
Here's what Jenn had to say about her flowers: "
I have said it before and I'll say it again, my photography doesn't do the slightest justice to my flowers. That is why I am all the more grateful for brides and photographers who share Wedding-Day photos with me, which I - in turn - share with my readers. Thank you Jenn and Thank you Krystal.