Romantic flowers and rustic touches struck a perfect balance at this Brooklyn waterfront wedding. You might remember bride Jennifer’s natural, dimensional bouquet from this recent bouquet recipe featuring blush La Perla roses, cream dahlias and cascading jasmine vines.
Vows took place under a stunning, squared archway of curly willow branches, adorned with cascading greenery and studded with clusters of roses and hydrangea. As with the bouquet, the look was natural and rustic with lots of dimension and texture.
Mason jars, accented with burlap and navy-blue satin ribbon, held simple clusters of baby’s breath to decorate chairs. Wooden boxes held lush blooms for low reception-table centerpieces.
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There is something so satisfying about a shop that does one thing, and does it really well. If you are a florist, a stylist, or a DIY- inclined bride-to-be, you need to know about the Centerpiece Box store.
Simple, well-constructed, wooden boxes are a great base for creative arrangements of flowers, candles, moss and greenery. Available in unfinished or reclaimed wood, boxes can be custom painted and engraved with table numbers, quotes, wedding names and dates, or decorative patterns. The reclaimed-wood option is perfect for rustic barn and beach weddings. Once you know where to get good basics, let your imagination (and your Pinterest boards) take the lead.