Tracy & Blake

Tracy and Blake’s autumn wedding had us falling in love, too. This charming couple shared their vision for a soft, antique feel and left the details to our designers! Tracy let us have free reign over the flower choices, so we were able to get her the very best product available that week.  The rains parted just as Tracy and Blake were ready to say “I do,” allowing the couple to share memories of an outdoor ceremony with a view of Asheville’s magnificent fall foliage.

We chose soft-hued blooms for the personal flowers and accented with the textural greenery of succulents, thistle, and velvety leaves. The boutonnieres and bouquets were wrapped with twine and lace for a soft, rustic touch. How sweet does the bridal party look with their handmade scarves?

The bride’s family owns a frame shop, so as a personal touch we lined the aisles with flowers adorning old photos. We loved being able to include their family in such an intimate way.

Tracy collected custard cups for our table-scapes and we picked up accents at local antique stores. We had so much fun mixing quirky crates and pressed glass with fresh flowers and moss for these dynamic arrangements.

At the head table we lined candle hurricanes with vintage lace for the most romantic lighting you’ve ever seen. Everything about this wedding felt like an old-fashioned fairy tale.

And really, have you ever seen two people more in love?

We’d like to extend a special thank you to Corey Cagle for sharing these amazing photos with us!

The event took place at Crest Pavilion, one of our very favorite venues.

Tracy’s makeup was done by Blush by Wendy Ballance.

You can find more information about Blossoms on our website or we’d love to hear from you at 828-650-6464.

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