Something Blue Wedding Flowers

Feb 2

Bride and groom at El Chorro Arizona wedding, broom spinning bride in petal toss.

If you are one for tradition, the old saying “Something old, new, borrowed, and blue” can make for some special incorporations in your wedding. It was so sweet to honor this bride’s request of “something blue” to be featured in her flower color palette!

Bride and bridesmaids holding bouquet, laughing.
Bridal bouquet of white, pink, mauve, and blue.

Something Blue in the Bouquets

The bridesmaids wore mauve, and held bouquets similar to the bridal bouquet in flowers included of lush roses and delphinium to name a few, with greenery. The bride’s bouquet was clean and classic, with an emphasis lush floral of rich roses and cute lilac scabiosa!

El Chorro wedding ceremony petal toss with bride and groom kissing.
Outdoor wedding reception near fireplace at El Chorro, Arizona.

El Chorro Venue

Paradise Valley’s lovely El Chorro was the setting for the couple’s sweet day. The soft color palette presented a romantic feel to the day. The main colors included white, mauve, and soft blush, with accents in bright pink, lavender, lilac, and of course blue from the delphinium. Lush roses and greens were also featured. The pink glasses on the reception table are perfect compliments!

A Stunning Cake

A Bakeshop did it again with a stunning three tiered cake. The significant floral matching the wedding design throughout featured on the cake was a lush addition to what I am sure was a delicious treat!

Three tiered wedding cake in light pink with gold flakes and pink and mauve roses.

Been day dreaming about the perfect colors for your celebration?! Let Array Design make it a reality!

Array Design contact page link.

Photographer | Amy & Jordan

Venue | El Chorro

Coordinator | Shannon Smith

Florist | Array Design

Cake | A Bakeshop

Hair | Harley Does Hair

Videography | Something New Media

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