Are you planning a romantic fall wedding? This styled shoot by floral designer Mignon Floral Co and photographer Ashley Noelle Edwards is everything! Filled with etherial preserved gypsophila and trendy pampas grass, we are so excited to share how to get this look...
A dried flower bouquet is a beautiful way to walk down the aisle with naturally stunning florals that you will be able to keep long after your wedding.
You can use flawless preserved roses, or add dried bouquets from your past for an added touch of romance. Unique dried floral accents give your bouquet an organic look.
Floral cuffs are the perfect accessory for brides that want to keep their flowers with them throughout the night.
A great bridesmaid bouquet alternative, this simple DIY corsage is something any bride-to-be can create.
Bring the outdoors in with dried floral installations. Wind gypsophlia up stairways, and use tall, feathery grasses for the ultimate ceremony backdrop. When the day is over, arrange these long lasting stems in vases around your home.
See more HERE! Floral Design: Mignon Floral Co | Photography: Ashley Noelle Edwards Photography | Model: Jaclyn | MakeUp: Christi Reynolds Beauty | Calligraphy: S. Libbrecht Studio | Gown: BHLDN | Linens/Ribbon: Party Crush Studio | Cake: Sevacha Cake | Location: Sacramento, CA