Greenery, white, hints of blush, and candlelight are the new classic. Jayme and Tirey’s wedding had all of these features. Sophisticated, elegant, and timeless. Take a look.
Loose and fragrant, featuring roses, stock, lisianthus, wax flower, and a mix of four types of greenery.
These quicksand roses paired well with the champagne colored bridesmaid dresses.
The ceremony was at Crossroads Christian Church. The flower adorned sign and program table (with the small arrangement pictured above) set the tone.
We added simple sprigs of eucalyptus to the bows that the bride provided.
We also added three arrangements to the altar area. Unfortunately, I didn’t get photos of those. A funny thing happened on Saturday… The lights were off in the chapel when we arrived. We searched everywhere but couldn’t find the light switches! We had enough light from the back of the chapel to set up but not enough to take photos. You will just have to trust me that they looked great!
At the reception, we weaved greenery through the couple’s photos on the mantle and provided flowers for the cake which was baked and decorated by Bauerhaus Pastry.
The table arrangements featured three floating candles, surrounded with Italian ruscus and votive candles. I can imagine that the space looked beautiful in the evening with all of the candlelight!
The reception spilled out of the main dining room into the grill and the bar room with additional tables on the veranda.
The veranda tables tied into the decor inside with matching centerpieces.
A garland of lush greenery highlighted the couple.
Congratulations to Jayme and Tirey! Thank you for choosing us to be a small part of your day. We wish you all the best!