Sara and Matt wed on the popular, once-in-a-century date of 11.11.11. Their wedding floral selection was equally unique AND newsworthy! Sara chose handcrafted bouquets and floral for her entire wedding party! The bride, her six bridesmaids and the two mothers all carried breathtaking, one-of-a-kind bouquets!
Sara and her bridesmaids’ classic bouquets boasted a stunning array of deceivingly real-looking hydrangeas and ranunculus. The cornerstone of Sara’s bridal bouquet was a single handcrafted flower made from the wedding dress of her grandmother—from 1925! Sara and her mother teared up when this heirloom bouquet was first unveiled to them.
Each bouquet featured an open-stem design, while the bridal bouquet received a few stylish and sentimental extras—a burlap wrap that also held the bride’s grandfather’s watch face and her ‘something blue’ charm. Not to be outdone, the groom’s boutonniere was wrapped with matching burlap. All the men in the bridal party looked distinguished with their unique, whimsical boutonnieres.
11.11.11—a memorable date with unforgettably creative and sentimental wedding floral.
Photo Credit: RZack Photography | Grand Rapids MI