Amy & Kyle – An Autumn Celebration

Kyle and Amy’s October wedding was such an amazing weekend. I was asked to be involved with their wedding very early on in the planning process, which is what I love. I love when brides bring me on early in the planning stage because I am able to help shape the look and feel of the wedding, like colors, flowers and atmosphere.  Amy had very few requests at our first meeting. She was looking to incorporate the eggplant/plum color of the bridesmaids dress with a rust-colored orange. To add some pop to the bouquets, mini green hydrangeas were incorporated to make them less like traditional autumn colors.

The bouquets were made of several different types of flowers in different fall shades. Plum mini calla lilies were the main flower which matched the bridesmaids dresses perfectly. The rusty orange was incorporated by using leonitus roses which are a chocolate orange color and are very rich. Mini green hydrangeas, orange dahlias, rinoculous, plum snapdragons, safari sunset and green berries finished out the bouquets.

Wedding cake by Mollie Stone
Congratulations to Kyle & Amy!

Thanks to Kyle and Amy and their families for allowing me to play a small part in their special day. I had a blast and am so thankful for your friendship. Best wishes as you begin your life together!


One thought on “Amy & Kyle – An Autumn Celebration

  1. What a great wkend. You were the best and always willing to help with the tiniest little detail. Everthing was perfect, I don’t think you forgot a thing. We will always enlist your expert opinion when it comes to formal events. Great job Joshua! Thanks for all your help in planning this blessed event. I am planning on you taking care of Emily’s wedding when the time comes….hopefully not to soon. Much love, Kim Kraft (Mother of the Groom)

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