Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Kaitlin's Wedding Pictures

We wanted to share pictures of my wedding taken by the talented Mary Rosenbaum.  Click the link to see a preview: Wedding Pictures.

You can also see pictures on Mary's blog here: Mary Rosenbaum Blog.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Bridal Whites

Katherine's ceremony was at Woodmont Christian Church.  I love all of the flowers and candlelight at the front of the church!

 We also put flowers and candles on the front ledges in the church.

The pew markers were made of a single stem of white hydrangea.  A very elegant and simple look.

The doors each had a mossed cross with a cluster of flowers and ribbons.  

The reception was held at the historic Hermitage Hotel.

The buffet arrangement had a mound of flowers amongst candlelight.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Peach, Pink, Cream, and Green

I got married on August 20th and am so excited to share pictures of my flowers with you!  The first picture is the inspiration board for my wedding.  We have a board for each bride that helps us create the look that the bride always envisioned.

Here is my bouquet full of roses, hydrangea, heather, lisianthus, and dusty miller.

My bridesmaids carried a similar bouquet but with a little more color.  I love the tuft of gray brunia!

The men sported a boutonniere made of heather, brunia, and dusty miller.

 The mothers carried a small nosegay of flowers.


A lantern full of flowers greeted guests as they arrived at the church.


The ceremony was held at First Lutheran downtown.  My parents, grandparents, and Jim were also married at this beautiful church.

The pew markers were tufts of hydrangeas with a several roses.

 The doors that opened to the sanctuary each had a beautiful wreath with elegant lace and ribbon hanging.

Jim and I stole a quick picture as we were all getting ready for the big day!

Here is the throw bouquet that I tossed at the end of the night.

The reception was held at the Belle Meade Country Club.

I loved the guest book table arrangement as well as all of the decor that was on the table: a bowl of peaches, a stone cherub, tiny bird votives, and an art book that served as our guest book.

Taylor and I painted 200 mini canvases for each of our guests and displayed them like a gallery on these two black columns.

Here is the restroom arrangement that women always love to see.

I love the simple elegance of this arrangement!

The two small dining rooms featured silver containers.

I love this arrangement that was created in our white concrete containers.  Don't forget to look at the beautiful linens provided by Connie Duglin Linen.

 The bistro tables had a sweet arrangement in our little green birds.

Here is the buffet arrangement in the Andrew Jackson room.

The beautiful and delicious cake was made by the talented Billie Mochow.

This arrangement was Taylor and my centerpiece at our private dinner before we were introduced at the reception.