Sarah Winward speaks our love language. Rough translation, she has a way with florals that truly delights. Take this handful of blush blooms paired with creamy roses as proof, it's pure bliss. Because once you take one look at said posy below and you'll be all heart eyes. See it all below!
Bouquet Breakdown: Intimate Sunstone Vineyards Wedding
Sarah Winward speaks our love language. Rough translation, she has a way with florals that truly delights.
- Distant Drum rose
- Queen of Sweden Rose
- Fair Bianca Rose
- Metallina rose
- Japanese anemone
- Varigated Wigella
- Jasmine vine
- Ninebark foliage
From Sarah Winward...Everyone loves a blush and white color palette, and it is made easier when all of the beautiful outdoor garden roses are in season! I used some of my favorite soft and muddy pink colored roses in this bouquet for my bride who wanted a lush, feminine bouquet. This bride's dress was the mostbeautiful shade of champagne so we wanted to make sure to compliment her dress. I tend to like a lot of foliage, so I used a variety of variegated, dark colored foliage, and vines here to give her bouquet texture and a wild shape. We draped it with yards and yards of silk ribbon to give it softness and movement while she walked down the aisle.
Floral Design: Sarah Winward | Photography: Jose Villa