Spring was the perfect time for Kay’s blush pink and mauve palette – those ranunculus in her bouquet are killing me, they were harvested from our favorite local grower, Psalterfarms. My favorite part of this wedding was the 120 bud vases we had covering the long farm tables.. it made it look full and airy at the same time.
And of course we had to add flowers to Sacred Mountain’s signature circle arch. As it often is in Julian (about an hour from San Diego), it was SO windy on the wedding day! We had to keep the arch flowers closer to the structure than we originally planned, and tie down the aisle flowers. But it still turned out beautifully! In San Diego we have so many outdoor weddings, so we are often subject to a variety of weather conditions. One of my jobs as wedding florist is to think and act quickly so a windy day (or a hot day or a rainy one…) doesn’t ruin your dream wedding flowers . We always give ourselves ample time to set up so we can tackle anything that comes up. All of this happens behind the scenes so you aren’t even aware of it and don’t have to worry!