BLOOMS loves bold interesting color combos! When brides go bold with their wedding colors, we know we're going to love the outcome. Insert these awesome color schemes into epic scenery and you get some of our favorite weddings (not to mention the clients are pretty amazing too). Here's some of our favorite examples from our sweet clients:
Anne's wedding at Moniker Warehouse in downtown San Diego was full of burgundy and rich magenta. It was important to her husband to have a splash of purples to celebrate his alma mater. We balanced the deep toned garden roses, dark dahlias, and vibrant spray roses with soft peach roses, blushing bride protea, and lighter toned orchids. Fragrance was abundant with the lavender sprigs, gardenia greenery, and seeded eucalyptus.
When Anne contacted me she said she was getting married at Moniker Warehouse and loved the industrial feel. Her main concern, though, was making the large space feel warm and intimate. We accomplished that by incorporating garden style arrangements in two different formations. Half the tables had a single arrangement on an elevated mercury pedestal. The other half of the table had a trio gathering; three different delicate glass vases holding their own selection of flowers and greenery.
Jennie and Tim's wedding will be featured in the Spring/Summer issue of Exquisite Weddings Magazine. It was such a gorgeous ceremony in Old Town San Diego followed by a wild night at The Luce Loft in Downtown San Diego (all the amazing furniture rentals were provided by CC Vintage Rentals). Jennie started with a pretty soft color scheme of white, blush, and deep burgundy accents but as we approached the big day she decided to go all out. We used a balance of richness and softness with deep dahlias, blue tweedia, latte garden roses, blush and ivory spray roses, fuchsia parrot tulips, and so much more!! It seemed a little wild at first but as everything came together it got more and more stunning. The delicate textures kept the color combo from looking too heavy and the mid tones of ivory and latte brought together the full color spectrum.
Rachel was another bride that started with a classic and sweet color scheme and eventually went all out mixing soft yellows, blush, pink, and crimson! Who would have though it worked? But it did! Parrot tulips in neutral tones with soft blush sweet peas set the mid tones for crimson peonies, yellow yarrow, and fuchsia globe tulips. Aside from the texture and color combo - look at all the mint. Can you imagine the amazing fragrance? This New York wedding is also close to my heart because Rachel is one of my closest friends and favorite people on the planet.