October 19, 2019

I was giddy when Tara and Edward asked me to be their florist! The couple wanted an earthy organic wedding with a candlelit look. I couldn't wait to get started! I must say, green and white weddings are romantic, ethereal, and absolutely timeless.


Set inside a exquisite country club, the day began with a short ceremony introducing a semi-arch of Cymbidium Orchids and Camellia branches, in tall white vases surrounded by candles.

Tara looked radiant walking down the aisle. Her simplistic bouquet had a variety of white blooms, including Garden Roses, Lisianthus, Freesia, and Majolica. Dusty Miller and Silver Brunia Berries were incorporated to accentuate the spray. Edward showed off a single white Rose bud with stems of Seeded Eucalyptus held together with satin and lace. The bridesmaids held tightly wrapped nosegays, cut to uniform length, with similar flowers to the bride’s bouquet!


The soft glow of candlelight illuminated the reception space for their formal soirée. The beautiful bride chose Eucalyptus wreath centerpieces with heaps of sleek, modern pillar candles around them. A long garland of Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, Lemon Leaf, and Israeli Ruscus looked dreamy flowing along the bridal party table.

What a beautiful day for a wedding!
The bride and groom celebrated the evening, enjoying each others company and taking a joyous ride around the green!



Loreta Daka Carrero


Photo Credit:
Photography by Alfonso