Love in the (Warm) Autumn Air…

Ana and Carlos were married at Our Lady of Grace Church and had a reception at Biagio's Banquets. Their colors were chocolate brown and burnt orange with accents of other fall colors. The weather was warm & mild...and very atypical for November! Ana and Carlos had two florists for her wedding; I did the personal flowers, cake flowers and painted a monogrammed aisle runner for them and another florist did her centerpieces and ceremony decorations. For the Personal Flowers, Ana wanted a bouquet of burgundy and orange roses, Stephanotis and pearl accents in every bloom. The handle was wrapped in white satin with brown organza over it and more pearls. The Bridesmaids and Jr. Bridesmaids carried bouquets of Coffee Break and Circus Roses with accents of brown button poms and handles wrapped in chocolate brown satin. They worked perfectly with their two-toned dresses! The flower girls carried brown twig baskets filled with colorful rose petals and wore orange rose wreaths on their heads. There were also two little girls that walked with the ring bearer who got little corsages to match the ring bearer boutonniere. Carlos wore a burgundy rose with Stephanotis accent to match the bridal bouquet. The Groomsmen wore Circus rose bouts to match the bridesmaids bouquets. The rest of the corsages and bouts were also made with burgundy or orange roses too so everything coordinated well. For the ceremony, I monogrammed an aisle runner for Ana and Carlos with brown and burnt orange acrylic. I laid the aisle runner down ahead of time and roped off the inner aisle so no guests stepped on it. The other florist put up and arch and altarpieces in whites and fall tones to finish the look. For the reception, I put petals on the head table I also added flowers to the cake. It was so lovely. I was so honored to be a part of the Villegas wedding! I wish Ana and Carlos all of the best! Congrats!

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