|What a better place to have a beautiful Memorial Day wedding than at Heritage Hill, Green Bay's very own State Historical Park. Ashley and her new hubby, Kane, were a joy to work with, as well as all her bridesmaids who were so sweet they even tried lending a hand in setting up some of the ceremony flowers. Thanks girls, but leave the flower stained fingers to us. Keep those manicures looking good while carrying your lovely, textured and earthy bouquets.|
|The bridesmaids carried Blue Curiosa Roses, scabiosa, stock, hydrangea, dusty miller, seeded eucalyptus and eucalyptus pods and aubergine dianthus (shhhh, thats the fancy name for carnations). The bridal bouquet featured a more simple mix of hydrangea, garden roses, peonies, freesia and fragrant gardenia blooms wrapped in heirloom hankies. Thanks to the punctual and hella talented peeps at Blue Dandelion Photography out of Madison we get these lovely pictures with an immediate sense of satisfaction. Lucky for us... and for you. Enjoy and stay awhile.|
|Textured boutonnieres featured freesia, scabiosa pods, seeded eucalyptus and dusty miller.|
|What's another word for textured loveliness? Mmmmm.... Pretty? Ok.|
Half of the centerpieces featured our black manzanita trees adorned with real crystal drops, hanging votives and hanging market bottles with aubergine carnations and stock. And look at that cake!