Last year, I was contacted by Arlyne Sanjines (now, Mrs. Bales) to provide the flowers for her outdoor wedding at Secluded Garden Estate. The meeting we had was awesome and we were definitely on the same page. I got to know her style really well since she happens to be a YouTube sensation and shares all her favorite style secrets and hints.
Arlyne walked down the aisle under the venue's greenhouse arbor. We decked the top of the arbor with draping lace and chiffon and hanging glass orbs. A massive floral installation at the vow site held a mix of willow branches, olive branches, king protea, blue delphinium, terra cotta roses, white stock, and lots of other textural details.
She wanted a really warm and eclectic mix of colors with rich marsala as the color anchor and a variety of blue hues and blush to accent. We brought in the beauty of the natural fauna of the venue and used lots of greenery in deep and sage tones. This brought so much texture to each area and it was a treat to the eye as you looked around the expansive grounds.
Garland of broad leaves and seeded eucalyptus decked the bar from Sundrop Vintage (who provided all the awesome furniture rentals) and the gorgeous seating chart hand lettered by Louise Letters.
Two different table styles for the guests. For half of the tables we used matching greenery garlands. For the other half we used a mix of metal and glass pedestals holding elongated floral arrangements of roses, dahlias, delphinium, gold orchids and banksia, and berries. Louise Letters provided custom hand dyed table numbers and these fun gold frames.
Photography: Priscilla Frey
Videography: Kavin Lindgren
Coordination: Samantha Louise Moments
Flowers: BLOOMS by breesa lee
Calligraphy: Louise Letters
Venue: Secluded Garden Estate
Make Up: Key Beauty
Hair: Allie Does Hair
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