Thursday, September 16, 2010

September 11, 2010 - Kristen and Byran's Wedding

This wedding looked so fun and elegant at the same time. The family chose a palette of purple ranging from dark eggplant to light lavender. We used fun galvanized tin buckets and the bride's family made wooden table numbers using chalkboard paint. The tin buckets were filled with dark purple or "black grass" which is actually a type of eucalyptus....burgundy dahlias, purple stock, lavender roses, and purple lisianthus.

Kristen's bouquet was full of texture and color. 

For the ceremony, Kristen rented our our iron pillars which we decorated with flower packets and greenery. Down the isle we hung smaller tin buckets full of purple and lavender flowers.

On the other half of the guest tables, we used our iron candelabras with a soft and romantic floral arrangement on top along with a "pop" of color at the base. The table numbers were slipped into these lower roses to help guests find their table.

On the bar, guests were reminded that "beer and wine" were available thanks to oversized chalk-board painted hearts made by the family. They looked very festive placed inside a large arrangement that we made using that fun dark purple grass and large dahlias.

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