Ally and Bobby were married on October 9, 2021 at The Bradford in New Hill, NC. Their wedding was a stunner down to the tiniest detail, expertly planned by The Gathering Co. We enjoyed getting to know Ally through the process; she was a big-hearted bride with a very unique and clear vision for what she wanted, and it was fun to lend our floral skills to color in the picture. Flowers were a key part of Ally’s glamorously modern vision, with an emphasis on blooms and texture. It is a growing trend in wedding florals to nix greenery from the palette, which allows for more analogous palettes and architectural design. We love mixing up our approach to fit each client, and for Ally’s vision, this no-greenery technique worked well. In particular, Ally wanted an ombre effect throughout her florals— from whites and creams to beige-peach-bronze hues (tricky colors to capture with words!). We captured the white tones with bleached Italian Ruscus, ranunculus, orchids and roses. The antiqued hues came through thanks to Roseanne brown lisianthus, cappuccino roses, a mix of celosia, Earth spray roses, dried palms, pampas grass, sedum, and rain tree pods. The foraged rain tree pods were an impactful accent element throughout the venue on the mood-setting arched and copper installation pieces. There is so much inspiration to be found in this charismatic, stylish day— and didn’t the bride and groom look incredible? We’re grateful for the part Wylde got to play in your wedding, A+B!