The perfect wedding style becomes reality when it is meticulously planned and perfected with those details that are just right. And that’s what Verbena Floral Design and Red Leaf Studios did here. Envisioning a vintage equestrian estate wedding, Verbena Floral Design chose a romantic country mood to weave through this photo shoot, using a colour palette of coral, peach, yellow, and white. “The coral peony is one of the most spectacular flowers, and using it in abundance for this shoot was like working on a dream job,” says Vanessa of Verbena Floral Design.
This lush, full bouquet is perfect for the bride who dreams of something both refined and fresh. Combing coral and white peonies with white ranunculus creates an elegant air, and throwing a few yellow craspedia into the mix (known as Billy Balls) gives the bouquet an unexpected, rustic feel.
Convey your theme to your guests with tables set with the perfect country charm. White milk bottles are the perfect place to start, and tarnished silver vessels are a breathtaking addition. Filled with crisp green, white, and pink blooms, the tablescape evokes a clean, farm-fresh feel.
The Sweets Table
Regular dainties won’t quite cut it here! A petite cake, frosting-laden mini cupcakes, and sweet horseshoe sugar cookies bring this table the delicate look a country wedding requires. Sprinkle the table with more freshly cut blooms and vintage décor pieces for an adorable finale.
No wedding is complete without the details, and this vintage equestrian theme finds perfection thanks to horseshoe-inspired accessories. A double horseshoe motif makes its way onto the invites, seating cards, homemade honey jar favours, and tiny hay-bales resting at each place setting.
During your engagement, your relationship with your fiance is probably crowded with big things: plans to buy a house, the buzz of wedding planning, and so much more. But, when you and your fiance start your life as husband and wife and settle into a daily routine, your relationship can start to feel mundane if you lose focus on what really matters…the little things.