Thursday, July 28, 2011


Sarah Elizabeth's wedding was at the beautiful Covenant Presbyterian Church.  Her colors were peach, blue, and green.  Take a look at all of the fabulous hydrangeas on the altar!

We hung two mossed crosses covered in flowers on the sconces by the front door of the church.

Here are the bride and groom posing for pictures in front of the church.

The bride loved calla lilies, so we made sure to incorporate callas in her beautiful bouquet.

The bridesmaids carried the Movie Star Rose, Mini Green Hydrangeas, Dahlias, and Green Hydrangea.

These are cute bracelets that we made for the program attendants.

The Grandmothers wore a corsage made of Lisianthus, Freesia, and Mini Calla Lilies.

The flower girls wore halos made of Italian Ruscus and spray roses.

  There were 11 children in the wedding, and each one carried a ring of ribbons and bells as they walked down the aisle.  This was so precious!

The reception was held at the Richland Country Club.

Leland Riggan at Dessert Designs made these beautiful cakes!

The centerpieces were filled with a variety of hydrangeas, agapanthus, lisianthus, snapdragons, spray roses, and delphinium.

How cute is this cut out of the bride and groom sporting their UT uniforms?!?


Thursday, July 7, 2011

Candles at the Factory

Allie's wedding was a couple months ago, but the party was last weekend at the factory.  The big celebration was full of candlelight and fun pictures of their small backyard wedding.  I loved the flags that the mother of the bride hand made!  They added a great element and brought more depth to the room.

I love these little iron trees that are new to our collection.  You can put flowers in them, but they also look great with just candles all around.

Here is a look at the setup.  Everyone was busy and working hard!

The next three pictures are close ups of some of the pictures that were hung on twine at the back of the room.  This was a great way to connect the wedding a couple months ago with the big after party.

I love this stunning cake made by Mrs. Billie Mochow.