I love Little Rock. And I especially love Little Rock for weddings! Like I have said before, I am excited when I’m able to design a bride’s bouquet for bridal portraits. It’s a great way for me to get an idea of her DREAM bouquet once her wedding day comes. Lauren’s bridal portrait shoot was in an historic home in the South Main St. area of Little Rock. While her wedding colors were teal and green (a St. Patrick’s day wedding), she was open to any other colors for the portraits bouquet. That being the case, I went with purple and cream, with a hit of green. Muted purple roses, cream roses, dark purple ranunculus, purple and white calla lilies, and an assortment of leaves joined forces. She loved the final product, but did have a few notes for the wedding day (and I was very happy to accommodate).

Her bridal portraits and bouquet (photos by my husband Stephen):

Her wedding:

Lauren’s notes in mind, I created a bouquet that worked well with St. Patrick’s Day color scheme. Her bouquet consisted of cream garden roses, green tea roses, the loveliest white ranunculus I have ever seen, calla lilies, silver brunia, dusty miller and tea leaves. ┬áHer bridesmaids’ bouquets were constructed of green hydrangea, gorgeous pale green roses, silver brunia, jasmine and white ranunculus.

Lauren’s ceremony was at her husband’s family church in Maumelle and the reception was at the beautiful Argenta Community Theater in downtown North Little Rock. I had never been to that venue, but I will highly recommend it as a reception site to any future Little Rock brides. It’s a GREAT space and a perfect place for song, dance and merriment (see song, dance and merriment photos below).

Photos by Stephen Jerkins Photography

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