Well, here we are again, less than 24 hours from getting home from Patti & Raj’s fabulous rainy wedding yesterday and I’ve already picked a few favourites to show off. Well, I’m only ging to show one here and I’m having a hard time deciding which one. Yesterday was a very soggy day in Edmonton and I’m a little unhappy that my n0-rain wish wasn’t granted. That’s ok though, we made it through and I just love the photos from the wedding. I’m not not going to give all the details about the day in this post, I’ve decided to show one image out side of Convocation Hall after the ceremony where the rain stopped for just a little while before we all were whicked away to the reception. We did most of the “formals” before the ceremony when the rain just wouldn’t stop. That short window after the ceremony with just Patti & Raj was pure magic and so fresh and green! Ok, here’s one of my favourites… I love how happy and smiley they are! I hope you love it as much as I do and I am so happy I got to be their photographer!
So, I have no idea what flowers are in this bouquet by the Wild Orchid Flower Shop, but I love it anyway! It’s bright and cheerful, and well, purple and green were my wedding colours, so how can I not love this?
Edmonton Wedding Photographers | Details & Decor: Lindsay & Cory’s Lucky in Love purple and green wedding
Lindsay and Cory’s wedding in Edmonton on July 31, 2010 had lots of cool details. Cory had proposed to Lindsay in Las Vegas, so small gambling details were a great idea to add as a theme. The colours for the wedding were purple and green, one of my favourite colour combinations (my wedding colours were purple and green, although on the super bright end of the spectrum). I adored the cake and the awesome ribbon detail and look at the tiny dice that were on the programs. Later into the night, you had to roll a pair of dice to get the couple to kiss, very cool!
If you were looking for pretty earthtones to set the mood for your wedding day, this bouquet is the one to do it! Subtle shades of creme are present in the roses and hydrangeas, brown brought in from the willow twigs and rich brown satin wrap, and the green, of course, from hypericum berries and orchids. A little glamour with the gems in the roses and studding the intricately wrapped satin handle. A beautifully elegant bridal bouquet made by The Wild Orchid.