Natalie and Zack are two of the kindest people we have ever had the pleasure of designing for! They were intentional about everything they planned, and pulled together an absolutely beautiful Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek wedding!
Natalie described her style as elegant and romantic with a touch boho. She wanted to incorporate dreamy shades of white and mauve with hints of rust and light pink. Her palette choice perfectly complimented the gorgeous terracotta walls and brought in a touch of fall for their November Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Wedding.
For the ceremony, our team went to work creating two striking greenery pillars. The ceremony installation felt as if it was growing from the venue steps, colored with full petaled blooms. We brought together delicate varieties like sweet pea and lisianthus with statement stem roses and ranunculus to create a textured and warm floral design. Natalie carried a floral focused bouquet that complimented her classic and timeless style perfectly!
We are ALL for letting the blooms soak in the spotlight. Plus, we’ve been LOVING the no greenery bouquets that are having a serious moment!
Natalie and Zack were truly so present and in the moment on their big day. We couldn’t have been more honored when they invited our team for dinner post set up – it’s incredibly rare for florists to get an invite! To top it off, we knew the photographer and videographer which made for a fun night drinking wine, eating amazing food and celebrating with the bride and groom! Definitely one of our favorite memories and a couple we will never forget! It was so special sharing that time with them and getting to be a part of their joy from beginning to end!
Photography | Peyton Byford Photography
Florist | Good Seed Floral
Venue | Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Video | Byford Films
Reception | Perry’s Steakhouse