We are happy to announce that we provided flowers for a steampunk wedding shoot that was recently picked up by Rock and Roll Bride! You can see the full post here, but in the meantime, we wanted to show you some of the flowers in detail!
First, a keyring bouquet that Cat and Tony collaborated on — a real twist on the traditional cascade using found objects and featuring local hellebore, bronze cymbidium orchids and mokara orchids.
Next up, a porthole-inspired bouquet that Cat created using local osage orange branch, clematis buds, green trick dianthus and an uluhe fern shoot.
Here is another collaboration between Cat and Tony – our take on a more traditional bouquet, which features Amnesia roses, callas, succulents, scabiosa pods, local spirea, foxtail fern, ti leaves, string-of-pearls, aralia leaves, cymbidium orchids and various gears and gaskets.
A Turkish cooking pot becomes the base for this centerpiece, created by Cat, and featuring purple monkshood, sahara roses, spirea, parrot tulips, frittilaria, osage orange branches, cymbidium orchid blooms and a variety of gears.
We had a great time working on this shoot and enjoying the creative freedom provided by the exceptional team involved.
Photography: Jewel Photography
Planner: Amy Lu
Venue: The Dirt Salon, Hartford CT
Bride’s Dress: The Wedding Dress
Bride’s Jewelry: Fern Street Designs
Hats: SD Parent Designs
Hair & Make Up: Tara’s Beauty Studio
Groom’s Attire: Modern Formals
Cake: NoRA Cupcake Co
Flowers: Green Dahlia
Stationery: The Birch Papery
Moonshine: Onyx Moonshine
Props: Blaze and Bloom
Steampunk Weapons: Thee-Gartisan Works