February 17, 2018 a winter storm was brewing outside but inside their hearts were overflowing with so much love and excitement for this special day, I doubt Cameron and Sayde noticed it much. She choose a mix of eucalyptus greens for her brides maids to carry and wanted a king protea as the focal flower in her bouquet along with a mix of lovely burgundy blossoms. I included Black Magic roses, scabiosa, chocolate queen anne's lace, anemones, hellebore, cymbidium orchids, service berries, jasmine and seeded eucalyptus. It was a gorgeous winter bouquet. Her break-away tossing bouquet included love quotes she choose printed on ribbons that tied around each of the 5 clusters of flowers including one queen protea. The plan was that she would untie the burgundy ribbon that held it together before tossing it and as she did it would scatter so 5 different people would get to have a piece of her bouquet. It worked too! It surprised everyone. She had greenery boutonnieres with seeded eucalyptus and tiny pinecones as the focal point for all the men. Italian Ruscus swags were aisle markers with burgundy ribbons and orchids at the church. After the ceremony they were taken to the reception and used as a garland for the head table with her bridesmaids green bouquets added in and her bouquet in a vase in front of her. The reception was held at the Red Lion at the Park in the Skyline banquet room on the 12th floor with lots of windows offering guests a beautiful view of the downtown Spokane area. I can't wait to see the photos of their special day that their photographer captured. Here's a few pictures I took prior to delivering her flowers. It was a joy to be a part of your special day Sayde!