Megan and Todd married last fall at the Marriott Ranch. Designing their organic white wedding flowers was super inspiring, and it gave us a chance to be rustically creative. Many thanks to their incredible photographer Eli Turner, we are always so grateful when photographers share their work here on The Full Bouquet. Working with Eli was absolutely wonderful and we adore his work. I just spent a good half an hour strolling through the images on his blog and I am fully in love with Eli. The images from Megan and Todd’s wedding can be seen on Eli’s post here. The event was perfectly planned by Donna Cramsey of Pizazz LTD., I loved the place card display and ring bearer pillow she personally created. I am so thankful we got to be a part of this wedding at the ranch. We love the Marriott Ranch.

Megan’s bouquet was created with white ranunculus, white dahlias, succulents, air ferns, lotus pods, ornamental grasses, magnolia leaves, green seeded euc, and berry.

It’s so very “hollyish”

Look closely, do you see the baby succulents in our grooms bout.

Love these gowns, and I love the look of these flowers.

The Marriott Ranch boasts amazing scenic views, a manor house, and this rustic outdoor dinning space. This venue is awesome!!

Our centerpieces featured birch containers, mosses, natural elements, lovely flowers, and the mercury glass was added for a bit of pretty and formality.

The gorgeous lighting was done by my Mr. Wonderful, Evan. We are so thankful to have Evan on the Holly Heider Chapple Flowers team.

  • Marissa Dodgen Says: (03.10.2013 | 03:04)

    This was such a beautiful event. The flowers are gorgeous.

  • Megan McCloskey Says: (03.13.2013 | 02:10)

    Thank you so much for perfectly capturing what I had envisioned for our wedding! I really wanted the flowers to look organic and un-fussy, but of course still special. Everything turned out beautifully and beyond my wildest expectations. Wonderful working with you!

  • Bhavya @ Flower Aura Says: (03.25.2013 | 03:03)

    There is a lot of simplicity + zing in it. It is so very hard when clients point out that they want a mix of both and it becomes a challenge to not cross the “simplicity” and “zing” and yet to walk that tightrope ever so gently.

    Plus the fact that the photographer here is a genius.

    <3 them!

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