My cousin Amber, who is far more like a niece, married her best friend on November 3, 2017. I was blessed to have been asked to do the planning and flowers for the church ceremony. She chose a color scheme of white, ivory, and blush with subtle hints of marsala. Those colors paired so beautifully with the deep navy tuxedo worn by the groom and the charcoal gray one's worn by the groomsmen. In the church, we use faux pearls and crystals to further accent the flowers. Her attendants carried lanterns with candles decorated with the burgundy fuchsia anemones and an array of greenery. The boutonnieres were made with the smallest blooms of the polo white roses, rosemary, and other greens/accents. We also made 2 16" (base, finished 20-22") topiaries for the church porch and other arrangements for outside stand and hanging lanterns.