Eggplants and Champagne

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

This was a very chic, gorgeous winter wedding!  The bridesmaids wore a deep eggplant-toned gown (and check out the bride's fur!)... we paired this color with the perfect mix of antique pinky/peachy/champagne.  Blooms included tulips, sahara roses, stock, hydrangea, and more!  Hand-wired hyacinth blooms (with a pearl-headed pin center to mimic the effect of stephanotis) even made an appearance in the bride's bouquet.

Down one of Kansas City's most iconic aisles... Redemptorist Cathedral. 

Love this image!  Adorable kiddos.  (All images courtesy of The Smiley Face Collective)

The bride utilized her family's china throughout the reception at The Webster House... we used all the teacups, pitchers, etc, from several of her relatives.  Even the cake topper was a teacup!  So charming!  

Below are a few snapshots of the centerpieces (no pro shots of these!)... it was so much fun to work with such an eclectic mix of containers! 

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