Kendall and Luke married this past spring in DC. Their wedding reception was held at The National Museum Of Women In The Arts. Kendall requested flowers that were soft, feminine, and romantic and we delivered just that. The beautiful images I am about to share were photographed by Marta Locklear. If you are looking for another pretty place of inspiration pop by her site, WOW!!!

Kendall’s bridal bouquet was created with white cabbage roses, sahara roses, pink rice flower, ranunculus and the first of the peonies.

The bridal bouquet was adorned with a mix of vintage ribbons, in lace, silk, and chiffon.

Maids carried bouquets that featured sahara roses, candy bianca pink roses, pink ranunculus, silver dusty miller and rice flower.

Flower girls carried mini bouquets or kissing balls.

Even our boutonnieres were perfectly “Hollyish.”

The guest tables featured flowers of the day designed in pink compote bowls.

The wedding party was seated at a feasting table also known as a king table. Designs on this table were created in silver mercury glass.

Babies breath wreaths were made to decorate the bride and groom chairs.

Happy married life Kendall and Luke, we LOVED designing your wedding flowers!!! Thanks again to Marta for sharing her beautiful images with us!!

  • Anna Says: (07.17.2013 | 07:25)

    I love how feminine this is. Absolutely beautiful, Holly!!

  • Pam Morris Says: (07.17.2013 | 08:47)

    The colors were breathtaking. What a gorgeous venue and layout.

  • Peggy Sherwood Says: (07.18.2013 | 09:27)

    I am just crushing on this beautiful wedding….every detail is so soft and romantic….Holly you are AMAZING!!!!!!!

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