We love the tradition of bridal portraits, and Maegan’s gorgeous session from Heather Hawkins Photography is no different. This girl has serious style–just look at her amazing dress and hair! We especially love her bouquet, designed by Andi at Bows & Arrows Flowers. Anytime lilac is an ingredient in a bouquet, it’s going to be good. The addition of caramel toned garden roses, iris, and pieris with the rust hued fritallaria makes that lilac pop.
More from Andi at Bows & Arrows Flowers:
“I met Maegan last fall at a workshop that she attended at our studio and almost immediately a friendship began between us. As the months went on and she approached me to do the floral for her upcoming wedding, I considered it a pure joy and privilege to be a part of my dear friend’s day. For our time together, her bouquet was composed of moody purples, greens and pops of peach, with fritallaria, David Austin garden roses, clematis, hellebores, andromeda, irises, lilac and wild honeysuckle. The beauty of these photos perfectly captures the essence of my sweet friend—lovely, effortless and beaming with joy.”
Photography: Heather Hawkins | Styling and Floral Design: Andi Jamison for Bows and Arrows | Hair and Makeup: Tracy Melton Artistry | Ribbons: Silk and Willow | Gown: Enzoani | Film Processing: Photovision
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