Miller and Dressel
The floral arrangements for an early July wedding at the Columbus Museum of Art were top tier! The bouquet for the bride was designed in a loose round shape with stems wrapped in frosted berry satin ribbon. It featured a beautiful combination of flowers, including mother of pearl blush pink roses, Tibet white roses, light pink astilbe, purple astrantia, jumbo white hydrangeas, burgundy ranunculus, and white snow dance spray roses.
The bridesmaids' bouquets were a smaller and simpler version of the bride's bouquet, also designed in a loose round shape. Four of them were wrapped in frosted berry satin ribbon, while three were wrapped in dark shale satin ribbon.
There were bud vases for the book table and both bars. Tall centerpieces were designed for the long tables and were placed on tall gold harlow stands that were rented through our service. Centerpieces for the smaller round tables were arranged in gold compotes, also rented through our service. There were slightly different and larger centerpieces for the larger round tables.
The sweetheart table had a long and low arrangement, and there was a hoop arrangement designed on a rented hoop through us, with florals beautifully arranged on it.
Overall, it was a stunning and thoughtfully designed floral decor for the wedding at the Columbus Museum of Art. The combination of different flowers and the choice of ribbons and stands added a touch of elegance to the event.