This classic rustic and romantic wedding is one for the books. From the gorgeous shot at the train station to the Firehouse Restaurant, this whole wedding was overflowing with love and little details of personal touches of Groom’s hometown, England. Be sure to see all the photos below.
While wedding planning the details the bride explained the personal touches that went into their wedding decor. “I did my own decor, floral arrangements, bouquet, boutonniere, print items (invites, seating chart, signage), favors, etc. My husband is from England so we expected guests from all over the world and tried to incorporate this into our save the dates, by having a guest globe instead of guest book, etc.” And keeping true to the England’s way, the groom actually gave a toast as a groom’s speech is traditional in England.
A tip the bride shares is that “a DIY approach can be fairly stress-free when done correctly. I loved Blooms by the Box and would recommend their flowers to any bride. Budget can always be an issue. It’s important to prioritize early on in the planning process and stick to your plans. Logistically, coordinating out of town guests can be a challenge but providing a detailed wedding website with tourist information that included travel tips, hotel recommendations, and local attractions proved to be helpful.”
Venue: The Firehouse Restaurant
Photographer: Chris Howard Imagery
Flowers: Blooms By The Box
Wedding Dress: Ralph Lauren
Bridal Accessories: Kate Spade
Grooms Suit: R. Douglas
We’re sharing one of our favorite rustic glam themed wedding today and to start things of – our newly weds met through Craigslist. Our bride was looking for a new roommate and as fate had it all planned out – her new roommate would eventually become her forever roommate. The bride shares with us that “a little while after Darren moved in, I started to realize that I looked forward to coming home every day from work and talking to him, and a few weeks after that realization, I knew that there were sparks between us.”
With florals in beautiful shades of peacock blues, Matt and Rachel had their Tea Party themed wedding at WinMock at Kinderton. Katie Dickson Photography was there to capture all the moments planned by The Perfect Pair.
Adrienne and Tynan’s wedding, shot by Katheryn Moran Photography, was intimate and uniquely heartwarming. They celebrated their style as well as their relationship in a colorful Seattle wedding way at Within Sodo.
Calling all brides and DIY event planners: Pantone has officially released their color palette predictions for 2018! In case you haven’t heard of Pantone, they’re the experts who look in to their crystal ball to see what colors we’ll soon be crazy about. Whenever we see their predictions come out at Blooms by the Box, our first question is, “How do we incorporate these gorgeous palettes in to DIY flower arrangements?” Well, luckily for you, the Blooms team has broken down a few of our favorite color combos and paired them up with some of our most popular wedding and event wholesale flowers!
Maggie + Brandon’s Backyard Wedding
Featured on Borrowed and Blue
When rustic beauty meets vintage charm, we can’t help but fall in love! Borrowed and Blue has featured Blooms By The Box in this DIY Backyard Wedding feature. From the sweet and simple capped-sleeve wedding gown to the pale green and warm purple details, we are swooning over this rustic vintage-inspired Seattle wedding. Nestled in a leafy green garden private residence in the Pacific Northwest, the darling couple had an intimate ceremony that was overflowing with love. The rustic, uncut setting created the perfect backdrop for the bride’s timeless, lacy gown and delicate bouquet. The sweet purple and yellow accents that painted the tables and embellished the centerpieces cultivated an enchanting atmosphere for the perfect wedding.
Keep scrolling for a glimpse into the dreamy backyard wedding!