| The Riggins Wedding @ The Old Cotton Mill |
A serine little elopement with only family and close friends took place for this sweet couple at The Old Cotton Mill. This couples needs were very simple yet on point with the venue. A beautiful bouquet for her, filled with actual cotton and cotton bolls. A rustic boutonniere for him, made with the husk of the the cotton boll, pheasant feathers and a white Tineke rose bound with twine. Some pretty flowers that match for her hair, and simple cake topper. The bridal bouquet consisted of creamy Tineke roses, succulents, mini pinecones, pheasant feathers, babies breath and orange alstromeria, bound with a sable colored ribbon and secured with twine. The rest of her pretty southern style reception centerpieces consisted of peach Oceana roses, orange Unique roses, white casablanca lilies, snapdragons, and football mums in wooden crates filled with magnolia greenery. We were very excited to be published for this particular wedding in Points North Magazine for providing themed flowers for a destination wedding, and ultimately being a trendsetter in the industry for the start of raw cotton for wedding flowers. You might also notice the use of succulents made an appearance here as well which also started the boho chic wave as well.