Monday, March 25, 2013

Fall Ceremony and Reception at 9th Street Abbey

Beth and Brian celebrated their new lives together with a ceremony and reception at 9th Street Abbey.  Take a look at their fall nuptials.  Images by Artistic Soup.

Fall dahlias, roses, and hydrangeas were the focus of Beth's bouquet.  Dark brown and green magnolia leaves were used around the edge.

Husband and Wife!

The ceremony was quickly converted to dinner and dancing for all their guests.

Best wishes to the bride and groom!

Monday, March 18, 2013

Hyatt at the Arch Vows

The Hyatt's 18th floor terrace is where Stacey and Wesley said their "I dos" in September.  They combined a very classic black and white color scheme with their modern style.  Images by Alecia Hoyt Photography.


 Thanks to Stacey and Wesley for making us a part of your special day!

Monday, March 11, 2013

Mt. Pleasant for Stephanie and CJ

Stephanie and CJ celebrated their wedding day with a ceremony and reception at Mt. Pleasant Winery last fall.  They were a darling couple to work with!  Photos by Julia Noack.

This is such a sweet picture, we couldn't resist featuring the groom first!

A sweet bride to compliment her groom.


Stephanie's bouquet was a lush wildflower mix of lavenders and blues.

Ceremony Decor

We loved doing these textured centerpieces with hydrangea, roses, and succulents!

What a perfect day for a wedding!  Best wishes to the newlyweds!

Monday, March 4, 2013

Westwood Country Club Wedding

What a romantic day for Rachel and Luke.  They shared vows and a celebration with their friends and family last fall at Westwood Country Club.  Pictures by Clary Pfeiffer.

Neutral antique tones were used throughout the wedding, especially in Rachel's bouquet.  Lush garden roses, lisianthus, dahlias, and ranunculus blooms made a very soft combination for her to carry.

The bridesmaids' bouquets featured garden roses, astilbe, and dusty miller in a very loose and soft arrangement.

The ceremony was held inside the club with this gorgeous chuppah from Exclusive Events.

The reception featured mostly long tables with overflowing wooden boxes of garden roses, succulents, stock flower, lisianthus, and dusty miller.

The family tables featured low, round mixes of more lush blooms accented by succulents and flower-filled tea cups.

The chandeliers in the ballroom were also decorated with garden blooms, greenery, and green hanging amaranthus.

Our thanks to Katie from Simply and Forever for coordinating such a love-filled day for the couple!

Sisters wishes Rachel and Luke all the best!  We are so grateful to have been a part of your wedding!