Inspired by nature and organic shapes today’s wedding at The Grand Isle Lake House showcases whimsy and garden-inspired designs.
Clematis, snapdragons, dahlias, roses, jasmine vine, veronica, freesia, ranunculus, spray roses, lavender and baptisia foliage from my garden are featured in these designs. (You’ll also see a mossy ring bearer pillow and a floral bracelet of delphinium and succulents.)
The beauty of asymmetrical designs is that each one is truly unique. You cannot do a cookie cutter rendition or assembly line. Each design has its own personality. I think that’s pretty special.
What do you think of asymmetry in floral design?