Thursday, August 30, 2012

White Hydrangeas and Boxwood Balls

Mary D. and Hunter were married at the First Presbyterian Church.  Mary carried a bouquet full of white fragrant peonies.  Her grandmother's colorful handkerchief was wrapped around the stems.  Flowers for the bride and groom's family and friends are shown below.


The church looked beautiful for the ceremony - all done up in whites and greens.

The reception was held at the Belle Meade Country Club.  Decorating the railing at the front of the club has become a new favorite of ours!

The sweet arrangement below was on the bride and groom's "secret" table upstairs where they enjoyed their first meal as husband and wife alone.

 


 Here is a picture of the swag we created for the cake table.  Below you will see more pictures of the actual wedding cake as well as the fantastic groom's cake!  I'm glad that I captured the baker with her cakes - they looked great Billie!  Although, I have to say WAR EAGLE!


Here you will begin to see a continuing theme for Mary's wedding: White Hydrangeas!




I love the continuation of the tables onto the outside patio.  We were all happy for the beautiful weather.

Another look that Mary loved is the boxwood ball.  You will see it again throughout the rest of the club.

 Here are some pictures of the side sun-room.  I love the lighting here!



 And here, of course, is the Ballroom!  Look at the fabulous draping by Visual Elements.






Congratulations Mary D. and Hunter!  It was such a beautiful night...

Friday, August 17, 2012

Dior's Haute Couture Video

See what Jim and I are drooling over today - Dior's Haute Couture show that has been decorated with a million beautiful flowers!


Thursday, August 16, 2012

Creams, Branches, and Candles

Keeley and Will were married at Covenant Presbyterian Church.  I absolutely love this church! All of the personal flowers were made of cream flowers with a hint of green.



Here is the guest book arrangement in the entry of the beautiful church.


We covered the railing in flowers and candles and placed a simple white hydrangea on the front pews.

The reception was held at the Belle Meade Carriage House.  

 I love these two arrangements that flanked the dance-floor.


The tall arrangements were made of white hydrangeas, curly willow, and bells of ireland.




Keeley chose our iron tree to place in the center of the buffet table.  It is a knockout at night!


The side porches each had a mix of round and long tables - I love this look!



Congratulations Keeley and Will!

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

A Wedding with Vibrant Colors and Texture

Lauren's bouquet was made of ivory roses, spray roses, freesia, calla lilies, hypericum berries, and our favorite - maidenhair fern!  We also included a small succulent in the center of the bouquet.

The flower girl wore this sweet halo and carried a kissing ball made of ivory spray roses.

Pictured below are the men's boutonnieres,  the mothers' tussie mussies, the grandmothers' corsages, and the bridesmaids' bouquets.  I love all of the color!


Here is another look at the bridesmaid bouquets.  I love all of the vibrant colors and textures!


The wedding was held at Brentwood Baptist's Chapel.  Below is the guest book arrangement with one of our favorite roses as the focus - the David Austin garden rose, Juliet.


I love the simplicity in the chapel.  I wish I could have seen it with all of the candles lit!



The reception was held at the Brentwood Country Club.  Below is a picture of one of the two door swags.


 We love having different looks on each table to give visual interest.  Scroll down to see some of the different centerpieces at Lauren's reception.





Congratulations Lauren and Ryan!

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Greens at Vanderbilt Legends Golf Club

Lauren and Ryan's Rehearsal Dinner was at Vanderbilt Legends Golf Club.  Taylor and I made the rustic "Bride" and "Groom" signs for the back of their chairs, and I think that they turned out great!

All of the arrangements were in mossed containers with various greenery and hydrangeas.