Author: Kate Westa
Jess and Preston were married on September 10th surrounded by loved ones and the natural beauty of Montana.
The entire floral vision and color palette was based off a single photo of a bouquet that Jess kept coming back to. Using almost entirely locally grown flowers, we kept the designs organic, lush, and light. Minimal greenery was used, letting the dahlias be the main focus. The bouquets were wrapped in raw edge silk-chiffon trailing ribbon.
A collection of dahlias, cosmos, lisianthus, anemone, ranunculus, and jasmine vine were just some of the flowers we hand selected.
The ceremony flowers were arranged as a ground installation surrounding a piece of driftwood to highlight the river backdrop. The clusters of flowers looked as if they were growing naturally out of the wood to keep with the organic design of the entire day.
The reception was kept simple with bud vases and ikebana style arrangements to mimic the natural growth of the farm fresh flowers.
Photographed by Danielle Mullens