Very recently, I had the unique experience of creating for two weddings back to back at Graydon Hall Manor – one of Toronto’s loveliest venues.
Not the same wedding for two days, but two separate weddings. One on Saturday and the other on Sunday.
It was a weekend that I was so looking forward to for more reasons than one and when the it finally arrived it was interesting on so many levels.
It confirmed for me what I have always believed to be true. Never the same twice. And it was. Not the same. Even in the slightest.
Two completely different wedding clients. Two totally different visions, but as I watched the bride make her way down the aisle of the same beautiful garden, it was completely and totally lovely.
The vision for the wedding flowers of one was a natural, lush wedding in a soft neutral palette with textural greens and the other was a celebration of colour. Pictures will be forthcoming. Hopefully before the end of the season or at least somewhere on this site. Mostly likely here.
The combinations and the floral possibilities are only narrowed by the inspiration that my clients share.
Sometimes it’s the very details that I sometimes get the sense that they feel is almost not important enough to mention that provides direction in the creation of something that is truly reflection of a unique wedding and not yet another variation on a colour palette already done.
It’s one of the many things that keeps me going in this very particular and lovely of vocations. Never the same and a Graydon Hall wedding always keeps things inspiring.