How gorgeous is this May wedding featuring florals by Amanda Veronee and shot by Katelyn James? We LOVE the peach, coral and pink color scheme and the ways in which they were incorporated throughout the wedding. Amanda recommends going for the “WOW” piece when deciding on your florals and staying within your budget. Her advice, “When budgeting for your wedding florals, I always say, skip the extra small random floral pops and put a large concentration of the budget into the ceremony backdrop. SERIOUSLY. This sounds so ridiculous to you right now, but I’m totally serious. If I were you, I’d skimp on my centerpieces just to have a ridiculous floral backdrop. Don’t even put any flowers down the aisle if it means you can get the pergola look you want by gaining that cost from other elements you avoid purchasing. Skip the place card table, skip any extra floral pieces that don’t have a large impact. Just go for the one WOW piece.” Interesting advice which it appears this bride took. She has her beautiful “Wow” piece and instead of decorating the entire aisle, she chose just six metal flower buckets filled with hydrangea and six chalkboard “reserved” signs with ribbon. She has small flower box centerpieces, little vase arrangements and twig arrangements which her family DIY’d. In this case, one large impact piece, simple centerpieces and scattered flowers on the cake table illustrate the phrase “Less is more” in an unforgettable way.
We love how the bride’s POP of color cardigan fits right in with her color palette!