Thursday, June 30, 2011

Purples, Greens, and Oranges

Lauren's wedding was at Harpeth Hills Church of Christ.  We stood a large mossed cross with florals at the foot on the baptistry rail.

The bride's bouquet was composed of Rose Vendela, Rose Sahara, Green Hydrangea, Lisianthus, Freesia, Rose Patience, and Peonies.

The bridesmaids carried purple and orange roses with thistle, green hypericum berries, and agapanthus.

The mother's carried tussies made of the Rose Vendela, Rose Sahara, Freesia, Green Hypericum Berries, and Spray Roses.

Lauren's reception was held at the Old Natchez Country Club.

Here is the very fun throw bouquet!

Wednesday, June 29, 2011


Erin's wedding was at the cute little church called Owen Chapel.  Her colors were yellows, creams, and blues.  Below is Erin's very sweet bouquet.

Her bridesmaids carried a ball of yellow flowers.

Erin had two side altar arrangements that were created in two of our favorite mossed iron baskets.  The pillar candles amongst the flowers gave a very romantic look when the sun went down.

We brought a mossed cross to the church that hung over the bride and groom as they were married.

This sweet baby's breath wreath hung on each of the red doors.  These became great keepsakes for the bride and groom.

The reception was held at Hillwood Country Club.

This was designated as the kids table.  A very fun centerpiece for the kiddos.

Here is the delicious cake made by the talented Billie Mochow.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Cream, Peach, and Blue

Chandler's wedding was at Covenant Presbyterian Church and her reception was at Richland Country Club.  The guys in the wedding wore these formal Stephanotis boutonnieres.

The brides bouquet was full of white and cream roses which smelled heavenly.

Her bridesmaids carried cream roses with Mini Green Hydrangeas.

The little flower girl had a halo of ruscus and spray roses.

Here is a look at the beautiful church.

We had two different looks for the pew markers.  Here is the first look: a swag.

The second was the same greens inside a rustic metal cone.

The next two pictures are close ups of the altar arrangement.

We put candles all along the railing amongst the flowers.  This is a beautiful look when the church lights dim.

 At the front of the church, we hung two mossed crossed under the sconces that flank the doors.

At the reception, we had several different looks.  Here is one arrangement created on top of one of our beautiful silver candelabras.

The low arrangements were full of open roses and blue hydrangeas.

The tables outside had floating candles with submerged orchids inside.  This has been a very popular and a very beautiful look.

We put a mound of rose petals in front of the band's stage.  It added a finished detail to the room.

Here is our very popular iron tree with hanging votives.

Here is the always important restroom arrangement.

Here is the beautiful cake created by Billie Mochow of Burns, TN.

Below is the throw bouquet which is complimentary to all of our brides.

The front doors were decorated with the bride and groom's mossed initials.  This is a great keepsake from the wedding day.

We love to do lanterns at the entryway so that guests never miss there entrance.