Stacey's wedding day floral vision was not clear when she came to us for her consultation. Her only request was she didn't want anything typical and preferred petite unique blooms. So, of course, we were up for the challenge of creating her one-of-a-kind gardenesque Chicago wedding decor.
Stacey carried a bouquet full of delicate, sweet pastel beauties down the aisle this past Spring. Some of her favorite beauties within the bouquet were lilac, sweet peas, and ranunculus.
The bridal party
The wedding ceremony and reception took place at Prairie Production, just around the corner from our design studio.
Aligning the aisle way, the chairs were adorned with hand-ties of green and white parrot tulips, stock, and ferns for a naturally organic style.
The reception featured two styles of centerpieces, adding dimension to the space. The large designs were composites of fan tail branches, fern, dendrobium and hawaiian orchids. The low designs featured a trio of glass vessels each designed with white cymbidiums, stock, lilies, tulips, ferns, and small fan tail accents.
Photography: Melissa Jordan