Creating a floral vision for an event is confusing anytime but especially in in the post-Covid world. Do you wish you could get professional advice about flowers in 2021? You are IN LUCK. The lovely, legacy wedding photographer from Nashville, Tennessee, Rebecca Musayeve shared some picture-perfect images of florals of our big day at The Atlanta Historical Society Swan House and I'm jotting down a few must-have secrets so you can craft your own arrangements to sweep you off your feet, too.
For this occasion, the organic design by Raela Gore gave life to the seasonal, french royalty-inspired concept I had in mind for the enchanting workshop hosted by Julie Paisley. The elegance of the Cordele Carraway Gold Mercury Glass Collection by Accent Decor added enchantment to the flower recipe that drew on classic themes.
Visit the full gallery on Rebecca's blog for a trip back in time full of pretty. And check out the easy tips below to discover how to get the flowers of your dreams.
Workshop Host: Julie Paisley | Photography: Rebecca Musayev | Creative Direction & Styling: RSVP Event Designs | Bridal Gowns & Veil: Reem Acra | Floral Design: Colonial House of Flowers featuring Mayesh Cutflower Atlanta, Accent Decor, American Grown Flowers and Rosaprima | Hair & Makeup: Erin Vryser | Paper Goods: The Vintage Inkwell | Fine Jewelry: Waltons Jewelry | Bridal Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes | Earrings: Jennifer Behr | Tabletop Rentals: White Glove Rentals | Custom Napkins: The Embroidered Napkin Company | Linen: BBJ Line | Menswear: Street Tuxedo | Cake: Vanilla and The Bean | Ribbon: East Coast Trimming | Candles: Creative Candles | Chairs: Collection Furnishings | Venue: Atlanta History Center