Brianna and John had their summer wedding at Calhoun Beach Club in Minneapolis. For her bridal bouquet, Brianna wanted a large, cascading bouquet filled with white blooms and a lot of greenery. In her bouquet, the bride has one gardenia bloom to symbolize one of her grandmothers and one peony to symbolize her other grandmother. We love when couples choose to use their florals to signify their special loved ones.
Since Calhoun Beach Club has a modern, clean, all-white style, the couple’s envisioned a romantic wedding atmosphere surrounded by white flowers and greenery. The only pops of colors are within the bridal party floral and the centerpieces. The groomsmen boutonnieres had dark red roses. The bridesmaids’ bouquets and centerpieces included pink, burgundy, and red accent flowers. We love how the couple chose to decorate the indoor ceremony site inside the club with greenery. We used eucalyptus for the chair swags and curly willow, greenery, and white blooms for the ceremony backdrop. It truly felt like a garden was growing inside this beautiful venue! Thanks to La Vie Photography for sharing these beautiful photos with us!
Photos by La Vie Photography.
Garden roses, common roses, one gardenia, one peony, hydrangeas, freesia, seeded eucalyptus, Italian ruscus, ivy, tulips, football mums, lisianthus, astilbe, and spray roses.
Garden roses, common roses, cream astilbe, red tulips, and football mums.
White rose, Italian ruscus, and spray rosebud.
Dark red rose and Italian ruscus.
White urns with curly willow and a variety of blooms.
A variety of blooms with silver dollar eucalyptus, springeri, and lemon leaf.
A variety of white blooms and greenery.
Do you love Brianna and John’s summer wedding floral? Let Artemisia Studios create the perfect floral for your wedding day. Set up a consultation to talk with us about what you are envisioning for your wedding floral. Don’t have a vision yet? No problem. We can help you choose the perfect colors and floral for your wedding needs!