You’ll be truly put under a floral spell whilst enjoying this colorful outdoor ranch wedding. Filled with thousands of blooms grown by the groom’s mother, grandmother and family friend, including an amazing flower arch framing the nuptials and hanging installations above the sweetheart table.
The couple wanted the feel of a lush enchanted forest filled with foliage and flowers that felt wild and magical. They both love the outdoors and wanted to preserve a more natural feel that also captured their sense of whimsy and adventure. All the flowers and foliage were grown by Dylan’s mother and it took months of effort from his mother especially, but also his grandmother and a close family friend, plus uncles and aunts who helped cut and prep. They really made the wedding incredible, representing so much care. Together they forged the amazing flower arch, bouquets, buttonholes, centerpieces and installations that make this wedding a flower lovers’ dream. Dylan’s uncle Dave officiated with a beautiful and personal homily while the couple were surrounded by majestic yaks, representing the bride’s Chinese heritage and being born in the year of the ox.
Also leaving us speechless is the bride’s racerback wedding dress and giant frou-frou skirt which she not only found at a charity boutique supporting women but she also donated back to them after she’d got married in it. Such a wonderful gesture and fabulously eco-conscious too! The groom was wearing a grey suit with a floral printed blush tie. The bridesmaids were wearing blush dresses, and the groomsmen were rocking grey suits as the groom.