Melissa and Tim married this weekend in Nashville—a fall wedding with a very visible fall theme. That fall theme was prevalent throughout Melissa’s bridal and bridesmaid’s bouquets, eight brilliantly colorful bouquets in all! Each bouquet boasted its own personality, defined by a variety of unique flowers and colors.
Each masterfully handcrafted bouquet was composed of a colorful blend of paper flowers, felt flowers and a few fabric-made, tattered rosettes for a soft, vintage flare. The bouquets also featured roses, carnations and several whimsical, WhimWed originals, resting on a bed of felt leaves! Each of the eight bouquets were stylishly finished with an open-stem design and wrapped in burlap.
Melissa’s bridal bouquet featured the addition of gorgeous, ivory hydrangeas, handmade and hand-dyed from paper coffee filters! The cornerstone of Melissa’s bridal bouquet was a single flower made from portions of the wedding dress from her mother, her grandmother AND a ring from her grandmother! Both Melissa and her mom were teary-eyed and speechless when they first saw her timeless, heirloom bridal bouquet.
The gentlemen were included in the fall, floral festivities with one-of-a-kind boutonnieres made of bright felt leaves and fall-colored berries. The mothers, grandmother and flower girl sported whimsical, ivory-colored felt WhimClips.
A creative director by day, it’s no wonder Melissa had such a creative vision for her bouquets. A creative bride inspires a creative floral designer to create extra creative bouquets and accessories.
Photo Credit: Jessica Caver Photography | Franklin TN