Here's a lovely September wedding with gorgeous images to match, via Portraits by Lucinda. Becca and Joe's wedding was elegant, romantic, and sophisticated... held at The Intercontinental on the Country Club Plaza.
Becca and her girls were just lovely. Pinks in all ranges for these gowns, and also for the bouquets. Thanks to the super talented CaraSue Hall for the hair and make-up in these images, she's a total rockstar if you're looking for wedding day beauty!
For the bridesmaid's bouquets, I used creamy white stock, hydrangea, various shades of spray roses and open, fragrant garden roses.
The bride's bouquet was filled to the brim with open ivory roses, sparkly stephanotis, freesia, hydrangea, and pale pink majolika spray roses.
Stunning, I tell you!
Aren't they such a great-looking couple? All these pics were shot at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
For the ceremony, we built a large chuppah, which we draped with beautiful sheer ivory panels. I love the glitz and glam of the mirrors and damask-print walls in this ballroom.
The lovely, sparkling cake, above. For the centerpieces, we used several different styles throughout the room. The first was our tall square vases, filled with curly willow and accented with gorgeous ivory orchid blooms on the branches. Tiny votive cup vases held more blooms.
A floating cylinder trio was featured on other tables.
I'll send you off with an image of the cocktail table centerpieces, which featured these amazingly fragrant garden roses out of California. Thanks to all the amazing vendors who helped create such a glamorous, gorgeous event!