So we thought it’d be kinda fun to see a wedding party in denim….what do you think?
We made a monogramed wood-burned aisle to match the invitations. Ok–truth: we planned to burn the monogram into the wood (how hard can it be? boy scouts do it) and quickly realized it would take a million hours… word to the wise–if you want to try this DIY, consider Plan B: brown marker and a little shoe polish. :)
The other tricky part was the blue flowers. There are not many naturally occurring blue flowers (and I don’t recommend the dyed ones) but here are some very cool choices: tweedia, muscari, light and dark blue delphinium, bachelor buttons/cornflower, nigella, and thistle.
Photography by Tec Petaja
Wholesale Flowers from FiftyFlowers.com
Men’s clothing from Billy Reid
Hair and Makeup by Melissa Fergus
Barbecue from Loveless Cafe
BUY YOUR DRESS ON ONCE WED
While most of us wouldn't be brave enough to host an outdoor ceremony during winter, this beautiful setting seems to beg for it. This old dock in front of a quite pond is accented with florals and blankets in a muted palette that don't detract from the greyed wood, while handmade ice candles give a delicate nod to the season. Read on for incredible winter wedding flower inspiration!