When Caity-Ann approached me about her and Jon’s wedding flowers she knew what she wanted: purple, white and orange. But the orange had a special significance. It is the awareness color for a chronic nerve pain condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Caity-Ann wanted to feature the color in her bouquets as a tribute to her fellow CRPS warriors. I was totally on board.
I combined white cremon mums, purple roses, lavender stock and orange alstroemeria with various eucalyptuses and ferns for a sweet and simple bouquet.
For the bride’s crown I incorporated lovely lavender mini carnations with white spray roses, limonium and hints of moss. I loved the effect!