Flower Duet created this lovely bouquet of Dahlias, Peonies, Roses and pods for a Marsala-themed wedding. This work is featured today on a leading wedding industry website InsideWeddings.com. Photo by Jeannie Mutrais.
2015 Pantone Color of the Year: Marsala
We are very pleased to be featured today in an article on InsideWeddings.com focusing on the Pantone Color of the Year, Marsala. This lovely wedding bouquet was created with the deep earthy rich reds and pinks that the color evokes.
We used silver dollar eucalyptus, scabiosa pods, poppy pods, astrantia, leucadendron and astible to highlight the dark red peonies and dark pink hues of the Dutch roses in the bridal bouquet that was featured in today’s article.
Here are some more favorites from that same wedding theme. All flowers by Flower Duet — all photos by Jeannie Mutrais Photography.
Flower Duet’s Marsala themed boutonniere to match the bride’s bouquet. Photo by Jeannie Mutrais
Roses, peonies, orchids and sea holly play well on the dining table in this Marsala-themed wedding by Flower Duet. Photo by Jeannie Mutrais.
The sweethearts pose behind a Flower Duet wedding centerpiece designed with Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala, as its main theme color. Eucalyptus leaves frame Cymbidiums, Ranunculus, Astilbe, Roses, Almond branches, Scabiosa blooms and Leucadendron. Flowers by Flower Duet in Los Angeles. Photo by Jeannie Mutrais.
Cocktail-sized arrangements were accented with red Kangaroo Paw and Pink Astrantia to evoke the Marsala-theme for this wedding. Gatherings of Sea Holly, Leucadendron and spray roses complete the look with long Eucalyptus leaves. Flowers by Flower Duet in Los Angeles. Photo by Jeannie Mutrais.