There were so many aspects I loved about the wedding flowers for Maureen’s citrus wedding at Dewberry Charleston on December 9. The olive garlands, the cheese “cakes,” and the locally grown tangerines still on the branch were a refreshing way to end 2016.
The garlands for the tables were made out of seeded eucalyptus and olive leaf. We included orange ranunculus, orange spray roses, clementines, tangerines, and white roses among the garlands.
Instead of having a traditional cake, the bride and groom opted for two cheese “cakes.” The below photo is actually a wheel of cheese!
I enjoyed using touches of Queen Anne’s lace throughout the bouquets because it looks a little bit like a snow flake. The bouquets were a combination of orange ranunculus, white ranunculus, and white roses along with some eucalyptus, dusty miller, and olive leaf.