Monday, May 18, 2015

Bright Colors for a Joyous Spring Wedding

Kristyn and Kevin were just as sweet as can be on their wedding day.  Everything about them and their wedding was vibrant and bright--even the flowers!  Images by TenSixteen Photography.

Such a great photo of Kristyn and her mom!  The bride carried a bright mix of lots of different textures including dahlias, mums, freesia, and lily of the valley.

Ceremony at Kirkwood United Methodist Church

Such a fun couple......

......with a fun wedding party!


Our best to Kristyn and Kevin for a Happy First Anniversary (one day late)!  It was a pleasure being a part of your day!

Monday, May 11, 2015

Ameristar Ceremony-- Kemp Auto Museum Reception

Amy and Jesse had a very romantic and unique wedding last fall.  They said their "I dos" in a romantically set ballroom at Ameristar and then celebrated with a reception at Kemp Auto Museum.  Photography by Switzerfilm.

Aisle petals and candles made an awesome impact at the ceremony.

The reception flowers were all classic white and ivory.

Long guest tables were decorated with large white hydrangea pieces accented by petals and candles down the length.

The Kemp all decked out!

A special thanks to the team at Kate & Company for making the day a success!

Best wishes to the bride and groom!!

Monday, May 4, 2015

Wildflower Wedding in July

Hannah and Michael were married in July a few seasons ago at Kirkwood United Methodist Church.  Hannah loved the look of wildflowers for her wedding.  They wanted their day to be fun and joyful and wanted their flowers to reflect those feelings.  Here are the photos by Emily Wehling Photography.

Hannah's bouquet was a mix of loose, soft blooms including hydrangea, stock flower, lavender, dusty miller, and her favorite- Queen Anne's Lace.

The bridesmaids' flowers mimicked the same loose, garden-y feel that the bridal bouquet displayed.

Sweet flower girls carried little bouquets down the aisle too!

The boutonnieres were a mix of wildflower elements including lavender and berries.

Michael had groomsmen and groomsladies stand up for him.

Hannah's mom carried a small wildflower clutch of flowers down the aisle instead of wearing flowers.

The reception tables had vintage blue mason jars with more loose wildflowers.

All our best to Michael and Hannah!!