Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Red, Black, and White at the Parthenon

This beautiful brunette bride loved red roses!  Below is a picture of her bouquet full of open red roses.  My favorite of the bunch is the Heart Rose.

Isn't the flower girl precious?  She is wearing a halo made of spray roses and italian ruscus.

Here is the guest book table that also displays pictures of the bride and groom.

All white flowers were used at the ceremony on the steps of the Parthenon.

We covered the railing with flowers and put candles all over the steps.  It was breathtaking at night!

Here are the bridesmaids holding their bouquets of white roses.

Inside the Parthenon, we wowed with arrangements full of the bride's favorite, red roses.

I couldn't pass up the opportunity to take a picture of the roses with Athena.

Below is the delicious looking cake displaying the colors of the wedding: red, black, and white.

We filled some of the tables with floating candles and submerged red tulips.

I stole a picture of the bride on her happy day carrying her red bouquet.

We lined the aisle with collections of floating candles and white petals.

Here is a zoomed out picture of the Parthenon as guests begin to arrive.


  1. That is the first red and white wedding I have seen. You guys did a fabulous job. It was gorgeous.