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Violetta Flowers

Wedding Flowers
Main Office Location:
By Appointment Only
San Francisco, California

Contact: Arlene Boyle
Phone: 415/279-4039
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Service Area:

Greater San Francisco Bay Area

Real Wedding at Kohl Mansion

Arlene Boyle says of this wedding, "I love this trend of bouquets and centerpieces relating to each other but not being identical."

All bouquets and centerpieces were perfectly complementary, and looked beautiful in such a historic locale.

We love the silvery urn these flowers are placed in. And did you notice the adorable butter "wedding cake"??

The neutral tones of the flowers—blush pink, ivory and moss green—look stunning against the light gray linens.

Soft pink dahlias and silver brunia. Such a modern yet elegant combination.

Wedding Flowers: Violetta
Wedding Venue: Kohl Mansion, ‘The Oaks’
Wedding Photographer: Carlie Statsky

Real Wedding Ideas: dahlias, gray, mansion - estate, pink, roses, silver

Real Wedding at Nestldown

This Nestldown wedding had a "deep in the redwoods" theme, hence the use of ferns in the bouquets.

Rustic wooden table numbers perfectly complement the natural setting.

We just adore the bridesmaids' floral dresses!

Wedding Flowers: Violetta
Wedding Venue: Nestldown
Wedding Photographer: Jake & Necia Photographers

Real Wedding Ideas: pink, rustic, signs, tables and linens

Real Wedding at Cline Cellars

To achieve the look of "rustic elegance," Arlene used a mix of warm flowers and unique foliage.

Arlene says, "I combined silver candlesticks and silver bowls with fun succulents and garden roses in a casual winery setting."

Soft garden roses, delicate dusty miller, and green succulents were used throughout the floral arrangements.

Wedding Flowers: Violetta
Wedding Venue: Cline Cellars
Wedding Photographer: Troy Grover Photographers

Real Wedding Ideas: boutonniere, coral, ranunculus, roses, silver, succulents

You Need To Know...
Vendor Type { Flowers }
Company Founded { 1992 }