Bouquet by From The Potting Shed in Cambridge, Ontario.
From the florist: This bouquet features the elements we are best known for: garden-style, hand-tied and french braided bouquets with a foraged look. My personal inspiration for this arrangement was two-fold: I spend a lot of time in the south of France each year, and I’m very influenced by the gardens of Provence. Secondly, it was sheer luck to come across the cafe au lait dahlia at an auction the day before the wedding, which took place in early July. I actually took photos and texted them to the bride to get her okay to go ahead with them, and the over-sized dahlia became the focal point of her entire wedding—it was rather serendipitous!
Flowers: Cafe au lait dahlia, garden treasures, white astilbe, Sahara roses, Juliet garden roses, white O’hara garden roses, patience garden roses, white Majolica spray roses, white lisianthus, white Veronica, white loosestrife (commonly called gooseneck flower), white delphinium bud, lavender, Jasmine vine, seeded eucalyptus, willow eucalyptus, olive leaf, asparagus fern.
Photography by Andrew Mark Photography.