The welcoming and jubilant spirit of New Orleans is what our bride, Lulu, enjoyed so much while she lived here, and it’s what brought her back to New Orleans to celebrate the joy she found in Jochem; in Amsterdam.
Lulu and Jochem were married at Felicity Church in New Orleans last September. We challenged ourselves to celebrate their unique spirit with remarkable flowers in violet (Lulu’s favorite color); incorporating blooms that are so unique, yet so at home amongst the magnolia leaves.
Otherworldly flowers and greens like Queen Protea, Skeleton Leaf, Gomphrena, Artichokes, Fiddle Leaf Fern Frond, Ferns, Allium, Hellebores and Tillandsia Xerographica (air plant) stand out against deep green foliage. MOOD.
Distinction and gesture: Bundles of Liatris applaud the couple from this ceremony backdrop.
Magnolia foliage is a classic pairing for most New Orleans weddings, but here it produces a special feeling of homecoming.
Lulu and Jochem’s destination wedding was as unforgettable as the place they call home. How do you stand out from the crowd? We want you to feel comfortable bringing any and all kinds of challenges to us as floral designers because your wedding flowers should be as special as you are!
When it comes to celebrating the rich bond between you and your partner, how will you express yourself?
All photos by Titus Photography.
You can find Titus’ post on Lulu and Jochem here.
Many thanks to those who MAKE IT HAPPEN:
Folklore Salon — Agnes Backman