Frenchie and Dan’s wedding encapsulated everything about the beautiful outdoors of the Pacific Northwest. They married near Gold Bar, Washington at a cute little inn, pretty far out in the secluded woods. And what would a PNW wedding be without rain? Lots and lots of rain. If you’re worried about that happening to you, read my recent article about how to plan for rain on your big day.
More about the weather later. For the flowers, we used lots of warm, autumn colors. We live in the Evergreen State, which means the forest is still very green, even in fall. We pulled in vibrant oranges and burgundies to ramp up that autumnal vibe.
Frenchie’s bouquet played with that palate. We went big with texture, adding blue thistle, succulents, seeded eucalyptus, and scabiosa pods. For her boho flower crown, we featured the same orange, burgundy, and blue. The bright blooms really popped against her white dress.
The bridesmaids inversed this look. They wore dark, jeweled toned dresses and held white and green bouquets. Again, very textural and one of my favorite things I designed for that day.