Ballerina Bride at Hidden Springs

Friday, August 28, 2015

These ballerina bride had an understated elegance that we wanted to pass on to her wedding style.  She choose slate blue with ivory and lots of greenery.  The venue was rustic ad surrounded by nature which added to the ambiance.

The floral included muscari, astillbe, thistle, star of Bethlehem, white larkspur, white anemone, and berries.  The centerpieces were simple and sweet, which only enhanced the romance of the atmosphere.  Every thing was kept natural and organic as if we had just gathered it from a near by field.

Venue at Hidden Springs
Coordination by Kristine Baker, Urban Magnolia Weddings and Events
Photography by Emily Davis Photography

 


 




 

Pops of Magenta at Ashton Gardens

Friday, August 21, 2015

Loved this couple!  They have been together for decades and finally decided to tie the knot!  Their wedding was classic and filled with love and family.

Our bride selected soft pinks, champagne, gold, and pops of magenta for her special day.  We loved including spray roses, hypericum berries, dusty miller, dahlias, and lots of garden roses.  Candlelight was especially important, so the tables were filled with candles.











Bright Bloom at The Chapel at Ana Villa

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

A combination of aqua and bright blooms created this sweet wedding at The Chapel at Ana Villa.  Our bride was open to all types of floral beyond the typical rose, so we included yellow pin cushions, peonies, garden roses, and lots of greenery.  All the arrangements were designed around the idea of a midsummer night's dream.

Her mother had an eye for details and created the sweet flatware d├ęcor and adorable succulent favors.  Color is the eye catcher in this fun design!

Photography Courtesy of Tyler Tyndell 




 







 

Pastels at The Belo Mansion

Friday, August 14, 2015

Wow ... It's all that we can say about this bride and her lovely pastel wedding with pops of violet!

Her coordinator, Rachel Reeves with Rachel Reeves Events, brought Lindsay and her mother in for a consult.  By the end, we were all smiling ear to ear with the possibilities.

Every detail was touched from her sweet pomander balls for the aisle to a stunning wreath with the couple's new initials to stunning floral arrangements for the grand head table at the Belo Mansion.  Floral included pale yellow peony tulips, coral amaryllis, and garden roses for days.

Photos Courtesy of John Christopher Photographs + Films

Check out the video by John Christopher Photographs + Films as well!

 

 




 








Copper Hotel & Northwood Club

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

This sweet bride was brought to us by Carmen Dorsey with Bridal Bliss Consulting.  The soft tones and sweet bride made the whole process a snap!  The ceremony was held at the Copper Hotel and the reception at the Northwood Club.

The touch of vintage accessories with the peach Juliet garden roses, coral ranunculus, pale pink Charity garden roses, and lots of greenery added to the elegant garden wedding.  We also loved adding mercury glass throughout for sparkle and candlelight.

Our favorite part?  The series of weddings cakes created by Annie's Culinary Creations!

Photos Courtesy of Michelle Shore Photography



 
 

 

 







 
 

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