Flowers in Paradise

Veronica & Anthony were married in the lavish setting of Grand Tradition Estate’s new Arbor Terrace Pavilion – tropical and lush, the flowers needed to not compete with the color palette, but enhance the richness of deep green leaves surrounding their wedding… Veronica’s desire for shades of warm reds and rust orange with a ton of play in texture turned out beautifully.

Veronica’s bouquet of wildly colored calla lilies, dark milva and rouge basier roses, with mocha cymbidium orchids.
The gorgeously relaxed and happy couple..Bridesmaid bouquets of bright hybrid callas and cherry brandy roses in a cuff of italian ruscus.Love the softness of her veil and hair flowers in contrasting combination with her highly textured and boldly hued bouquet!
Table centerpieces of safari sunset, orange dahlias, roses, and seasonal mums in glass squares.
Can you say vivid color saturation point??!! Overdye sunflower with red rosehips..What a fun surprise when I saw Veronica & Anthony Natividad’s holiday e-card in my inbox! Love the photo and the perfect play on words :)
Congratulations!
& many many many thanks to
Heather Moreau – Vallentyne Photography
for her amazing talents at capturing those colors!
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4 Responses to Flowers in Paradise

  1. FLORISTERIA LA PLAZA says:

    Muy bonitos arreglos florales, me gusta la convinacion de colores.
    Felicidades desde EspaƱa.

  2. Paula Rae says:

    Muchas gracias!! I love compliments from international readers!! You made my day! Now can you teach me Spanish?? :)

  3. Heather of Vallentyne Photography says:

    Gorgeous!!! Your work is beautiful as usual!

  4. Naomi Goodman says:

    The flowers are gorgeous and so vibrant. Love the colors!

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