Jewel-Toned Fall Floral | Neu Neu Event Center | Jenna and Dan
Jenna and Dan had a gorgeous indoor fall wedding at the Neu Neu Event Center (formerly 514 Studios) in Minneapolis. With a fall wedding color scheme of navy and burgundy, the couple wanted to use jewel-toned blooms and white blooms for their fall wedding floral. We happily obliged! It was so much fun to play with this stunning color palette.
For the white blooms, we used white lisianthus, white majolica spray roses, white freesia, white football mums, white anemones, and white wax flowers. For the pops of jewel-toned blooms, we used burgundy and hot pink dahlias, wine scabiosa, burgundy ranunculus, red heart roses, peach stock, and blue delphinium! We absolutely love the final result!
Another fun floral piece for the day was the couple’s hexagon ceremony arch. We used garlands of greenery and two floral pieces that match the bridal bouquet to decorate the beautiful wooden structure. It was such an honor to be apart of Jenna and Dan’s day and to work alongside A Vintage Touch and MAVEN Events to complete the couple’s wedding day vision. Thanks, Eileen K Photography, for sharing these wedding photos with us!
All photos by Eileen K Photography.
Bridal Bouquet and Bridesmaids Bouquets
Burgundy and hot pink dahlias, wine scabiosa, burgundy ranunculus, blue delphinium, red heart roses, thistle, white majolica spray roses, red astilbe, peach stock, white lisianthus, white freesia, white football mums, white wax flowers, Italian ruscus, non-variegated pittosporum, and white anemones.
Ranunculus, scabiosa, and Italian ruscus.
Ceremony Floral, Centerpieces, and Other Decor
A variety of greenery and blooms.
Do you love Jenna and Dan’s fall 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!
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