White weddings are a classic choice. It’s something I have said here many times. But how do you make a white wedding unique? Texture and variety!
Variety isn’t hard to find in August. It is one of the best months for flowers–especially local flowers. Narrowing down what to use was the most difficult part of this design.
This wedding included roses, spray roses, lisianthus, mini lisianthus, tuberose, statice, wax flower, sedum and three varieties of greenery.
The sedum is where the texture really came into play. Oh, how I wish this was available all year! I’ll soak up the texture it adds while I can. The small green berry-like cluster of the sedum was the perfect contrast against the white flowers.
The ceremony was held at Family Bible Church on the north side of Evansville.
The reception was held at the Old Post Office Place in downtown Evansville.
I mixed three types of centerpieces at the reception with a lot of candlelight for the evening reception.
A few simple flowers highlighted the cake by Piece of Cake Bakery.
Best wishes to Mary Beth and David as they start their lives together! Thank you for including Emerald Design in your day!