The pews were marked with candles and tufts of hydrangea. A thick double faced satin ribbon blocked off the center aisle.
The bride wanted something unique for the altar arrangements. Keep scrolling for some close up looks.
White Hydrangeas and white Agapanthus filled up two vases on the altar. We also used sticks in the arrangements which added a fun texture. The bride wanted blossoming branches, but since they were no longer available, we created our own blooming branch by gluing blooms to each stick.
The side arrangements were a combination of flowers and candles which made for a very elegant and romantic look at the front of the church.
The bride's bouquet was composed of many different shades of antique creams.
The bridesmaids carried peaches, creams, and corals.
Here is tussy or nosegay that mothers like to carry nowadays, replacing the traditional pin corsage.
Most grandmothers still love the traditional pin corsage. This one is made with salal, a rose, and spray roses.
The groom wore a white calla while the other men sported a peach calla lily tied with peach ribbon.
The arrangements at the reception were all done in glass. The talls were flowers on top of one of our favorite containers, the paris vase.
Stephanie Felts created the beautiful cake that had peach lilies draping down the side.
Here is one of the guest's favorite looks. These are bubble glass containers that only require a single flower stem and a floating candle. The glass and water always reflect the light beautifully.
It's always important to remember the bathroom arrangement!
Below is the rose petal display that guests will use to shower the bride and groom as they leave.
This arrangement marked the table cards for the dinner. The hanging votive candles made this arrangement a knock out at night!