Jill and Ian’s Simply Stunning December Wedding

From the moment we pulled away from setting up Jill and Ian’s wedding at the gorgeous Cascata Country Club in Boulder City I have been dying to share with everyone the beauty of this wedding. It truly was a perfect day perfectly planned to every through every little detail. Jill, an interior designer, was very much a DIY bride which made my job all the much easier. All I had to do was come in and place a few little accents here and there and get to stand back and be so impressed with her impeccable style. Chelsea Nicole did an amazing job being sure to capture thos little details for us.
The bridal bouquet was constructed souly of succulents. When we were standing picking out each little plant that would become part of this bouquet we were looking for a varation of color shades and textures to truly bring it to life. Accenting the handle with burlap and cork buttons tied in so well with all of the other little details throughout the day.

The faboulsly styled bridesmaids in their Anthropologie dresses carried bouquet of grasses, berries, and greens filled in with bulsa wood blooms in different styles. Jill’s two sisters who served as Co Maid of Honors had bouquets that also had a few succulent accents.

On each table we did a mix of varying style jars, bottles and containers to sit on top of wood pieces all filled with different types of succulents, grasses, grains, and berries. To bring the look full circle we placed cut succulents around the arrangements and wood blooms on each table setting.


Want to read more about Jill and Ian’s big day? Check out their feature on Style Me Pretty.
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3 responses

  1. In the picture with the one bridesmaid where you only see her hands holding the bouquet…the daisy type flower…is that balsa wood also?

  2. Pingback: Danielle & Brian Legends Ranch Wedding | Layers of Lovely - An Inspired Floral Art Studio

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