Monday, April 28, 2014

Winter Wedding at Our Lady of Lourdes

Kelly and Tyler embraced the snow at their wedding last December.  Here are some fun shots of them by Kelly Pratt.

We designed Kelly's bouquet in traditional all white with light feather accents.  Her maids carried all velvety red blooms.

Who needs fun in the sun when you can have fun in the snow?!

 Such a sweet couple and a pleasure to work with!

Special thanks to Kate & Company for coordinating the day from start to finish!

Monday, April 21, 2014

Black and White Decor for a Missouri History Museum Wedding

Libby and Marc celebrated their marriage with a wedding and reception at the Missouri History Museum.  Here are a few images of the details of their day. (Photos by Joel Marion Photography)

Such excitement!
The black and white ceremony was in the same room as the reception.  After the wedding was over, the room was flipped and many of the details seen here were moved to make room for their unique table settings.

The flowers were designed to compliment the black and white decor.  Libby's bouquet was all white with black and white anemones featured on top.  The bridesmaids carried all white callas.

The lower centerpieces in the room were these sleek-looking tulip vases.  What a fun bloom for a December wedding!

More black and white details for the reception.

All our best to the newlyweds and their families!

Special thanks to Lacy Branch for bringing everything together and making it grand!

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Rainy Wedding Day at Salem United Methodist and Cedar Lake Cellars

Kelsy and Jeffrey had a unique wedding day.  Rain showers couldn't take away their bright smiles as they shared their vows at Salem United Methodist Church.  Their awesome day continued with a celebration at Cedar Lake Cellars.  Enjoy these images from Switzer Film.

Just as sweet as they can be!

Kelsy's bouquet was rustic and textured, but still had hints of formal and traditional.  She loved the green succulents that we added to the bouquet.

The centerpieces were full, low arrangements of traditional hydrangea with the addition of some pops of fall oranges and subtle antique peach.  The textured greenery and leaf wrap really brought it all together for this winery reception.

The rain made for a very pretty evening sky!

Best wishes to the bride and groom!  It was a pleasure to be a part of your day!