Friday, June 15, 2012

austin + steven wed

Inspired by watercolors, gold accents, and touches of whimsy, every last detail of this March wedding was perfect.  The flowers, bright and fit for Spring, adorned each tabletop.  A coloring blocking of petals went down the aisle leading up to a large flower installation with king protea, peonies, roses, and ranunculus.   The backdrop to the arch was lined with hanging single stems.  I could have lived in that little room of flowers.   SO pretty!

18 foot sherbert drapes hung from the center arch with flower box arrangements  suspended on either side.  Chandeliers and antique furniture gave that extra pop to the whole night.  And to top it off, we placed a hand painted canvas, with real flowers coming out from it, on the large stone mantel.  Yes, they were “growing” out from the picture.  It was a stunner.

From the invites to the floral, watercolor seating chart, the family went out of their way to make it a one-of-a-kind wedding.  Austin herself is a talented, creative type, so there was no doubt that this would be a stunning celebration love.   Seeing the happy couple dance the night away made us grateful to do what we do and to be a part of their wedding.   We wish you all the best, Dr. and Mrs. Reinlie!

Rentals+Floral Design+Coordinating: Sweet Sunday Events
Caterer: Pink Avocado

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