This Bride Wore Her Bouquet As a Bracelet!

And it’s just as cool as it sounds. Misty and her bridesmaids’ cascade orchid bouquets were attached to a cuff that they wore on their wrists like a bracelet. The creative design was perfect for Misty who says,  “I really don’t like carrying things — I avoid purses at all costs.” By having a wristlet bouquet, Misty could carry her flowers throughout the ceremony and reception and still have her hands free. It’s genius!

The creative florals at Misty and Rob’s wedding didn’t stop with the bouquets. From the huge hibiscus in Misty’s loose waves to the ombre petals lining the ceremony aisle, the flowers by Amaryllis, Inc. pulled the whole wedding together in a warm palette of yellow, red and orange.

While it was the bright blooms that stole the spotlight, Misty and Roby had plenty of fun, personalized details throughout the day. Planners from Engaging Affairs, Inc. meshed elements from the bride’s and groom’s hometowns—Louisville, Kentucky, and Washington, D.C.—to create a modern and regal soiree with just a hint of country. Holland Photo Arts captured all of the bold flowers and more from their wedding at The Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium below and here.

Hanging Flower Bracelet Bouquet | Holland Photo Arts | blog.TheKnot.com
Teal and Yellow Wedding Party | Holland Photo Arts | blog.TheKnot.com
Tropical Glam Bride and Groom | Holland Photo Arts | blog.TheKnot.com

Red, Orange & Yellow Ombre Aisle Runner | Holland Photo Arts | blog.TheKnot.com
Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium Wedding | Holland Photo Arts | blog.TheKnot.com
Towering Orange and Yellow Centerpiece | Holland Photo Arts | blog.TheKnot.com

Reception Tables on Wooden Barrels | Holland Photo Arts | blog.TheKnot.com

 

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