If you even so glimpsed at the Rustic Elegant Farm Wedding Inspiration from Sally Pinera and Poppy Design Co., then it’s basically a guarantee that you pinned every last stunning image fromThe Vault! Using soft, warm hues to reflect the California hills and sunshine, Emma Avalos crafted this sweet bouquet with the utmost care, and, lucky for us, she shared this blushing beauty’s breakdown below!
- 15 Stems Distant Drums Rose
- 12 Stems Peach Ranunculus
- 6 Stems Hellebores
- 6 Stems Tuberose
- 15 Stems Silene
- 6 Stems Sage Foliage
- 6 Stems Lambs Ear Foliage
- 3 Stems Chilean Fern Foliage
From Emma…. Sally Pinera of Sally Pinera Photography and I spoke a lot about pulling together many layers of tones and texture in a warm, earthy palette, with tinges of peachy, apricot tones. Our team, Poppy Design, is made up of my mom and l, and she focuses on creating a mood with elements of the table top decor and allowing that to compliment the tones and mood I choose to use in flowers.
My theory in flowers is quite simple, I try to leave create a loose color pallet, and choose different variances in tones and textures to work with. For this shoot, that mood was classic California al fresco dining, laid back, approachable, yet laced in with classic California wine country elegance in details such as the crystal stemware and decanters.
We dreamt of a warm, sunlit setting, with lots of sunbeams and light coming through the images. The layers of textures and tones in the white chipped French chairs, the rich wooden farm table, paired with a hint of powder blue linen napkins on porcelain plates really allowed us to dream up a pallet in the florals that were reflective to our setting.
We chose to use warm hues to reflect the golden California hills and sunshine, the soft palette allows you to soak up the surroundings, rather that compete for the attention.