These photos were from a wedding in June 2017 in Prince Edward County. I created these pieces along with my two designers, Alexis Bouma and Kristina Steunenberg.

The couple’s request for the floral décor was “a romantic and relaxed vibe.” Hand- tied, garden-grown bouquets with a soft palette of neutral pastels echoed the surrounding countryside. We wanted nothing imposing or contrived.

These photos were from a wedding in June 2017 in Prince Edward County. I created these pieces along with my two designers, Alexis Bouma and Kristina Steunenberg.

The couple’s request for the floral décor was “a romantic and relaxed vibe.” Hand- tied, garden-grown bouquets with a soft palette of neutral pastels echoed the surrounding countryside. We wanted nothing imposing or contrived.

The bridal bouquet had seasonal peonies, bleeding hearts, clematis, willow, spirea, lisianthus, ‘Sahara’ roses, ‘Caramel Antike’ garden roses, and eucalyptus.

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We styled the centrepieces in low, compote-style, footed bowls, using a lovely mix of flowers that complemented the bouquets.

We also scattered smaller arrangements along the table in tall, copper, challice-style vases with clusters of peonies, and other posies throughout.

A floral chandelier in the dining room provided the centre of attention. We covered it in a garland made of smilax, eucalyptus, and Italian ruscus, with peonies and roses .

We provided the bride with hair flowers, which consisted of classic spray roses and some greenery. The flower girl wore a simple floral crown.

Two glorious pots of white clematis flanked the bride and groom during the ceremony, accented by arrangements done in antique pickling jars.

A rustic arch with simple greens welcomed guests as they passed through the church’s front entry.

Black locust trees bursting with blooms delivered a sweet smell that enveloped the entire property that day.

Katie Hendrick
Katie Hendrick is the editor-in-chief of Canadian Florist.
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