Fresh take on a low country wedding
This was such a fun wedding for us to flower with a fresh take on a low country plantation wedding. The palette direction was a bold jewel box pulled from a Dutch Master’s painting. This invited us to combine the best colors of autumn: goldenrods and cranberries with bolder tones of fuchsia, desert rose, and inky delft blues. Against the backdrop of Middleton Plantation’s historic greens, the flowers really sang. We paired fluffy coral charm peonies, peach amaryllis and blue delphinium with textural dahlias and airy butterfly ranunculus.
We took so many flowers down for Mallory that it required the rental of a 26 foot box truck with a lift gate. Driving that beast down to Charleston was a wild experience but it sure helped out! The tricky thing in South Carolina is this is really only a possibility in the cooler months since the back isn’t climate controlled. Most of the time, you’ll see us come in with a parade of Uhaul vans to keep the flowers cool.