Can’t you feel the love and excitement radiating from this couple? Alexia and Corey’s wedding was truly a pleasure to bring to life, because they’re two of the kindest people for whom we’ve made flowers. Alexia has come to a couple of our workshops as well, and we enjoyed getting to know her before, and keeping in touch with her after her wedding day. Alexia has worked in the wedding industry and has a keen eye for details and a classic style that is very much her own. Alongside Alexia and her lovely planner Stephanie Schaul, we had lots of fun bringing a classically elegant Spring color palette to life through truly unique design elements, from the little garden growing up the staircase, to glass cloches to long brass trays on the tables, to an installation of greenery artfully placed on the wall (serving double duty as a backdrop for both the ceremony and the head table). Can you spot the blueberries tucked in to the personals? Unfortunate story there — one bridesmaid ended up being allergic to blueberries (the one time!) so we had to remove them from her bouquet. You never know, and now we’ll always ask… but they sure are lovely! Whenever we can incorporate blueberry foliage from Weston Farms into our early June weddings we do, because they color variation is so interesting and works so well to add interest to the soft pinks that dominate this time of year.

See more of Alexia and Corey’s wedding on Magnolia Rouge.


Alexia’s bouquet – a Wylde all-time favorite! Peonies, Quickand & Cappuccino Roses, Apricot Foxglove, Scabiosa, Peach Ranunculus, Sweet Pea, Gardenia Foliage, Blueberry, and Italian Ruscus make up this beauty. This is a perfect example of our large sized Bridal bouquet.

Alexia picked out this beautiful, wide blue ribbon for her bouquet and we love how substantial it feels, and how well it complements her Groom’s suit and the little blueberry details.

Can you believe it’s just Italian Ruscus and white electrical tape? And quite a bit of finesse 😉

We love the springy feel of these brass tray arrangements – a miniature garden brought to the table.