We had the honor of working with Erin and Kevin on their wedding day! From the beginning of the decor planning stages- Erin had a vision: it wasn’t defined in terms of what kind of florals she wanted but she had a look and a style she was trying to achieve. It also helped that she gave us creative freedom with using a mix of crystals, milk glass and mercury glass. All which came together for a copacetic look and feel. Erin did a little DIY as well- all the table numbers were made by her, including the cork placards! Well done Girl!
We were all hoping and praying the rain would hold off until after the ceremony, but we had to move the ceremony underneath the tented patio. The last minute decision turned out to be just as beautiful as if it were to be outdoors. Petals were sprinkled into a spiral design as Erin processed down the aisle to her soon to be husband. Crisp, white hydrangea in tin buckets were tied to the aisle chairs to add a special touch.
Erin had a stunning all rose and dusty miller bouquet in a monochromatic color scheme of cremes, ivories and pale pinks.
The Bridal Party was decked out in baby’s breath boutonnieres and baby’s breath bouquets, wrapped with twine for a rustic touch.
Centerpieces were a mix of highs and lows with gorgeous, lush hydrangea, pink astilbe, a mix of white, ivory and pink roses, we also tied in some hints of green with seeded eucalyptus and succulents.
High centerpieces were adorned on tall crystal risers:
Low centerpieces were held in mercury glass
Erin wanted her cake to be simple yet elegant. Nothing too fancy or over the top! It was a race to the finish as I was about to walk down the aisle as a bridesmaid when Karen and I realized that we needed to decorate the cake (it turned out quite lovely)
If you are looking for an outside the box designer- Give Us a Call! We are happy to look at your Pinterest Board and make your dream wedding into a reality!
Happy Planning, Pinning & Decorating,
Karen & Kassie