Assembling a simple, romantic floral centerpiece should not be so dramatic that it takes away from the main event (the wedding, of course). Hawaii floral designer Christina Hartman of Wildheart focuses on homegrown flowers and greenery that she often times plucks straight from her garden in Upcountry Maui. She set out to dress a wooden farm table by Signature Boutique Event Rentals in hues of soft blush, peach and ivory in the open-air, old-world opulence of the Haiku Mill. Grounding the table with organic matte white vessels by local ceramics studio Seeds and Stone, Christina incorporated homegrown hiso (herb), Ammi, Jasmine, Dahlias, Begonia, Stephanotis vine and native Palapalai fern into the centerpieces. She added romantic garden roses,  ranunculus from Holland and Porcelain vine ("a crazy cool color berry") and  Majolica spray roses. Centerpieces featured Set's white linen collection of earthen plateware. Hawaii photographer Anna Kim was on-hand to capture the setting. Thank you for sharing, Christina!