Wedding Florals 2020 – A retrospective
Paul & Laura 7/11/2020
Photographer: meghanmelia.com ig: @meghanmelia fb: @meghanmeliaphotography
It was the bride’s idea to add hanging foliage around the reception tent for her wedding florals. It was also the biggest install that Hidden River had ever done inside the tent. The end result was so dreamy! We posted this picture on our instagram page and immediately had an August bride inquire about doing the same for her wedding. We ended up installing permanent faux greenery around the tent just in time for her wedding and every wedding after got to enjoy this new lush addition.
Christy & Tim 8/15/2020
Photographer: Brittany Sisk, ashevilleweddingphoto.com ig: @ashevilleweddingphoto
Our favorite white and green bouquet from this past year. When you have the right combination of beautiful flowers and texture, it can create the perfect shape, and this one did!
Candace & Dick 7/28/2020
Photographer: Jesse Kitt, photokitt.com ig/fb: @jessekittphotography
Candace and Dick’s Wedding Florals included our favorite arbor of 2020. We love an asymmetrical corner arbor like this one. A corner arbor (like this one) was the most requested arbor decor of 2020. This one has such a great color palette.
Floral hair comb for a bridal portrait session. 5/12/2020
Photographer: Meagan Josefik
Our Wedding Floral coordinator, Meagan doesn’t get many requests for hair combs, but she loves creating them! “Usually, if a bride wants flowers for her hair, they either request a floral crown or we will send a small vase of flowers for their hairstylist to add to the bride’s hair. This was fun to make and so pretty! I snipped the seeded greenery and mountain laurel from my own yard” – Meagan
Taylor & Leo 8/23/2020
Photographer: ericamueller.com ig/fb: @ericamuellerphotography
Cake: Anne’s Custom Catering ig/fb: @annescustomcatering
The floral arrangement for this cake was created by Anne’s Custom Catering and it was by far our favorite cake of 2020!
Photographer: Maegan Josefik
These boutonnieres were probably the most colorful of 2020. Almost every component was grown on Hidden River, so they are a great representation of what our summer florals look like.
Ella & Peter 9/6/2020
Photographer: Maegan Josefik
One of our favorite colorful bouquets of this year, probably because it has a lot of our favorite flowers in it; Anemone, dahlias, blushing bride protea, and garden roses.
Callie & Gary 8/29/2020
Photographer: Brittany Sisk, @ashevilleweddingphoto
2020 was the year of the garland, we barely had any requests for vase arrangements. For the garlands in Callie and Gary’s wedding, they brought in their own unique lanterns and table decor, so each table looked slightly different.
We Specialize in All-Inclusive
At first, we thought all-inclusive meant just having all the infrastructure ready to go for the couple, so what looks like such a simply beautiful, largely outdoor wedding could be as clean and simple as the lines of the tent. There should be no hassles about getting in all the infrastructure and having it ready for your wedding. We did not want to witness a rental truck showing up at the last minute and a mom or bridesmaid, or the couple themselves, setting up chairs and tables–even mowing the yard–on the morning of the wedding. These were all things Jeanne witnessed repeatedly over the years. No wonder people were exhausted before their wedding even began…