This was a really fun one! While we planned for a winter-y, sparkle-y kind of day, it didn't work out that way! They could not have asked for a more amazing February wedding day, at 70 degrees! So amazing. Anyhoo, enough with the chit chat, here's the goods! The girls' bouquets, (above) were comprised of pink peonies, pink majolika spray roses, very pale pink roses, and white hydrangea and freesia, with accents of silvery dusty miller to pull in that tone. They smelled heavenly. For that matter, so did the bridal bouquet... this was one of the most fragrant bouquets that I have ever produced! Gardenias, peonies, freesia, roses, all so fragrant and gorgeous!
Above, the beautiful flower girl (who reminded me of my little girl!), with a pretty little halo of baby's breath. While I am not normally a fan of baby's breath, it's like carnations... when used appropriately (ie, not in your prom corsage or a bridal bouquet) I think it's totally charming! And below, the gorgeous bride in her stunning rum pink gown!
Above, the bride's mother's antique silver champagne buckets served as the vessels for gorgeous altar bouquets. I just love this kind of personal touch at a wedding. Have I mentioned that before? :) Below, the pretty little pieces on the cocktail tables at The Clubhouse on Baltimore. They used the entry area of the building, which is a stunning space, for cocktails for the guests. The little square vases were majolika spray roses, tulips, and soft silvery dusty miller foliage. The interior of the vases were wrapped in bear grass for an extra accent.
Above, the beautiful room. Some tables were tall tower vases, and the other half were low, silver revere bowls to again pull in the silver tone used throughout the wedding along with soft pinks and blacks. As you can see below, we didn't forget any space! They provided monogrammed guest towels for linens in the lady's room (such a lovely touch) and we even did a few petite vases here to make sure we didn't forget a thing!