Leticia and Sloan were married in an intimate church ceremony with close family and friends at The Presbyterian Church of Beverly Hills.
Leticia requested a natural looking bouquet with white flowers and accents of green. We used lilies, waxflower, lisianthus, hypericum berry, seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller, and accents of trailing strands of jasmine vine.
Cute boutonnieres of white ranunculus accented with little lisianthus buds.
Corsages made from white mini cymbidium orchids, green hypericum berry, and ivory ranunculus. I love the pseudo twine/burlap ribbon tie accenting the corsages – perfect for the organic and natural floral theme.
The reception was held at La Dolce Vita, an Italian restaurant with a warm, romantic atmosphere, not too far away. Each table seated only about 4 guests, so Leticia and Sloan requested small arrangements. We made them in vintage looking metal containers with a bit of raffia tied around them. The flowers included lisianthus, waxflower, sweetpeas, and accents of jasmine vine.
The church flowers also featured white flowers with green accents: lilies, hydrangea, lisianthus, seeded eucalyptus, curly willow and white cherry blossom branches.
Each guest received a small bag of petals, which were placed on the pews. After the wedding, the couple was cheered and showered with rose petals while the photographer captured the moment in a rain storm of petals!