Who said white & green florals had to be bland? When you use different textures, an eclectic mix of flowers, and a bit of depth to your arranging style, a white and green wedding is striking in it's simplicity.
For Matthew & Minna's nuptials in August we used ranunculus and blossom for a modern touch for Minna's bouquet, the rest mixed with natives (flannel flower and King Proteas), and some more rustic types like pieris, roses and olive foliage.
The airy warehouse-style space at Three Blue Ducks, Rosebery offered plenty of room to fill with tall blossom branches and foliage, needing only smaller clusters of florals (and a hint of pink) along the long tables to fill in the gaps.
Congratulations to Matthew and Minna on their marriage and for planning such a beautiful wedding.
Photography by Tones and Harmony