Wedding Flowers

There is always something nerve-wracking about the few days prior to a large floral delivery – particularly with weddings.  A friend of mine is getting married this weekend and as our gift to her, my boyfriend and I are taking care of the flowers (with me arranging them of course).  That being said, I’m not settling with anything less than perfection… so the pressure is on!  As one of the founding partners of ONEHOPE Wine, Tiffany has the most incredible style and has been collecting hundreds of mercury glass containers and votive holders for her vintage-chic (with a little hint of rustic Napa) nuptials.  Almost none of the vases are the same, which makes it tough logistically, but well worth it in the end for the aesthetic variation and interest.  In preparation for her big day, we got together to take one last container count and I just had to share some of my favorites.

Appropriately labeled “gigantivase”.

I’m loving this scalloped goblet.

Three tiered cupcake stand that will be covered in flowers rather than sweets.

Delicate jeweled candelabra turned gorgeous centerpiece.

3 thoughts on “Wedding Flowers

  1. Beautiful! I’m so excited to see everything this weekend! I’m a little jealous I didn’t know about how fabulously talented you are when I got married! You need your own HGTV show Megan :)

    • Thanks, Kristen!!! I’m really excited to see how they turn out! And next big event you have [ baby shower?!? ;-) ] I’ll be there with flowers in full force! Xoxo

  2. These items are sooo gorgeous. My entire home has pieces like this scattered around from when we used them as centerpieces at my wedding. I can’t get rid of them :(

    I love your blog!!

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