Utah Bride Blog Winter Editorial Shoot {Flowers}

Happy Friday! And …. Happy Holidays! We hope you have enjoyed our week of winter editorial inspiration! These are possibly our favorite weeks of publication all year long and we know you love them to!  Thanks for visually feasting with us! We finish off the week with flowers as our tradition dictates, and we have Amanda with Branches Floral on to share with us some insight into her elegant floral ensembles!

The venue really played a key factor in the size and selection of the whole floral ensemble. With St Regis being as grandiose and upscale as it is, the florals also needed to reflect this and accent the venue accordingly. While I know that centerpieces like the one constructed for the shoot can be quite pricey, I chose to incorporate impact blooms like hydrangea and football mums that cover a large surface area while still being soft and classic. This can keep your cost down while still creating a generous feel.

I wanted to keep the floral palate subdued with shades of whites, champagne and ivories with hints of gilded greens. These shades would compliment the saturation of metallic’s that were adorned throughout the tablescape and create a ethereal feel. I was especially set on using the Sahara roses which come in a muted shade of champagne. They really added depth to centerpieces and brought hues of a soft gold to the upper part of the table design. By accenting the designs with weeping flowers, it provides movement and ensures its not to static from the height of the arrangements. 

The bouquet was a classic beauty. I didn’t want to do something too crazy modern as the St. Regis, to me, calls for a classy structure. I completely adored the glitter wrap which tied in with the scheme and added a touch of glamour. Swoon!

Thanks Amanda for sharing with us some insight here on these gorgeous blooms that compliment the palette of metallic’s so well! And another thank you to Mara with Events by LMG for epic planning and design!
Thank you for reading, enjoying, and drawing inspiration from a fabulous week of winter editorial! We are sending warm winter wishes your way! Thanks to all the fabulous vendors who made this happen!
Concept: Utah Bride Blog
Venue: St. Regis Deer Valley
Photography: Rebekah Westover Photography
Design & Styling: Events by LMG
Dress: Alta Moda Bridal
Hair & Makeup: Hair & Makeup by Steph
Cake: Layers Cake
Menus & Paper Goods: Pink Piggy Design
Flowers: Branches Floral Design
Rentals: RSVP Party Rentals
Linens: La Tavola Linen
Bride Model: Weslie Christensen
Groom Model: Phillip Istomin

4 comments

  1. Kelli says:

    Wow. The flowers are stunning. (As are the photos!) They are classic but still modern and incredibly beautiful. I love the range of textures and subtle variations of color.

  2. Mollie O. says:

    Love the flowers! They make the whole table setting– the large scale centerpieces are awesome & the bouquet is so chic.

  3. Faye says:

    Amanda did a great job. The flowers could not have gone more perfectly with the theme for this wedding.

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