Below is Emily's bouquet full of peonies, garden roses, freesia, other roses, and sweet peas! This bouquet smelled devine!
Emily chose pinks and greens for her bridesmaids. My favorite rose in this bouquet is the pink Rose Vanity. Can you find it?
Swags are the alternative to a door wreath. They are more loose and cost effective!
Here is the inside of Harpeth Hills Church of Christ. We used ribbon to block off the center aisle and marked the pews with tufts of green hydrangea (one of our favorite flowers!).
The lighting completely changed the gym of the church into a beautiful forest. Lighting is SO important in any event.
The pinks and greens carried over from the ceremony to the reception. I love this arrangement that we created in our silver trumpet.
This is a very beautiful and cost effective centerpiece: a beautiful silver candelabra with mercury glass votive holders and a tuft of hydrangea with some trailing ivy.
Another way to get a beautiful look for less: floating candles and submerged tulips. So romantic!
I love the idea of labeling the food at the buffet with little tags and displayed with fruit! Very creative!
How delicious does this cake look?!? The cake has butter cream icing with our flowers, and do you see her monogram repeated here?