What do you get when you have a super stylish bride, a dapper groom and confetti cannons? You have an amazing New Year's Eve wedding!!! Kelsey described the look of their wedding as a nod to Great Gatsby, and a lot of fun. Kelsey & I came up with her design with ideas she wanted taking from that theme as well as the beautiful venue. She wanted tall arrangements to fill the gorgeous Dome Room of the Arctic Club. But she also wanted candlelight and low full arrangements. We achieved that look with having a mix of styles on the tables. That sweetheart backdrop was just amazing! Large paper flowers made by the bride and installed by her dad, was just perfect to bring all the decor together. Kelsey's dress was amazing...elegant, sophisticated with detailed lace and a lovely overlay that made it almost into two different dresses. And her veil...so long and dramatic. I love when bridesmaids are in sequin dresses, and what a better date than the last day of the year. The guys looked so great in their black ties! What an amazing day and wedding for this fantastic couple. Oh...I can't forget one of the highlights of the night...Confetti Cannons!!! How cool is that? At the stroke of midnight, they went off to add to the celebration of this amazing couple starting their lives together and to ring in the New Year. Amazing vendors and fabulous couple. You can just feel the love and the fun they share in their gorgeous pictures!
Laurel & Shayne live in Arizona, so when she came to me with ideas for her design and wanted a lot of lush greens, it really made sense! I love that she wanted an all greenery bouquet, full with different textures. Her bridesmaid had matching greenery but with a splash of baby's breath for color and more texture. For the ceremony they decided to have the wood wall as a backdrop. It was perfect to just add a simple wood arch that had ferns and ruscus with amazing texture and that deep green lining the top and flowed down the sides. It kept the simple decor they wanted and that lush feel of greenery. This was a small gathering of close friends and family, so they went with long dinner tables that had full greenery garlands down the center. This was such a fun couple, and you can tell from their smiles and their dancing shots! Love this!
Above Bouquet Photos Taken By Me!
Above Table Photo Taken By Me!
After a Summer full of soft shades, it is so nice to jump into Fall with bold, bright blooms. Leigh & Sean wanted dark shades of burgundy and purple to go along with rich bright orange and navy accent. They wanted simple but with great texture. Their bouquets were a mix of all the dark colors and pop of bright orange and looked amazing against the navy blue lace bridesmaids dresses. I love all the different flower combos that went into Leigh's bouquet. The ceremony aisle was lined with floating candles that were later moved to the centerpieces. The altar was gorgeous with hanging Edison bulbs and origami crane garlands as a backdrop. Different sizes of vases with floating candles anchored the altar with a little touch of fall leaves mixed in. This touch was brought to the centerpieces as well. For the other half of the tables we did low, full arrangements. These reflected the texture of the bouquets but with more of a mix of the different dramatic colors. How adorable is their ring bearer! They even had cookie treats made up to look like him...so funny!!! I always love working at the Fremont Foundry, such a cool venue. On a day that we were suppose to have a horrible wind storm that didn't really happen, I am so thankful that the day came together so easy and it looked so beautiful for this amazing couple!!!