A White and Succulent Wedding

Wedding flowers that were literally planned from the other side of the world. The couple lived in Portland and in the months leading up to their big day here in KL all the little details were put together via a series of diligent emails and messages. 

Congratulations M&J on your beautiful wedding. M's bridal bouquet featured a lush, textured mix of hydrangeas, roses, ranunculus, eustoma, and assorted jadeite hued succulents. With 5 elements, it was a large and heavy one for the bride but she loved it and we love how well this showstopper turned out!

The Groom had matching boutonnières (for day and night use) with a sampling of the mix from the bridal bouquet.
Meanwhile the rest of the bridal party were given pinned corsaged with a composition of rose and lilac hued caspia with just a touch of greenery to bring the look together.

This is the intricate root system that nurtures succulents. When used in a bouquet composition, the roots are left intact and wrapped-up carefully. That way, when the flowers have faded, the bride has the option of growing and propagating them as a growing and lasting memory of her wedding bouquet.


In case you're wondering how such delicate flowers withstood the recent heatwave we were experiencing in this part of the world - well simply put we left nothing to chance! Here's a behind-the-scenes glance at one of the mechanics put into place to make sure the flowers were optimum.


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