It Was a Nice Day for a White (green and gold) Wedding!
Hey everybody! One of our past weddings we worked on was recently featured on Savannah Soiree!! I know I’m going to say this a lot in the future, but this was one of my favorite weddings! It’s so special when you get to work with close friends. We’ve known this wonderful family for years and to be able to design and create for Kaitlin and Justin’s wedding was so special.
This was one of the busiest weddings we worked on, which made it all the more fun. One of the things I really enjoy about designing for weddings is the day of – where everything comes together and you get to see everything you’ve created and all your ideas for the look become a reality, and when this one came together I thought it turned out so, so beautiful.
I loved the traditional colors of white and green that was used as well as the gold accents. It really made for a glamorous look that stood out.
Here are some of my fav photos/designs: (all photos by Mark Williams Studio)
So gorgeous right?? The use of hydrangeas and garden roses mixed with ruscus made for such a dreamy and traditional bouquet and the greenery wreaths made for a simple but beautiful entrance. (Shout out to Montana - you did a great job on making those girl...:)
"Purple clover, Queen Anne's lace, crimson hair across your face..." :) No purple here though, but the Queen Anne's lace in these tall centerpiece arrangements helped give that airy feel we like to go for! (That Dylan song always gets stuck in my head when we're working with Queen Anne's lace...smh)
So elegant! These greenery garlands really stood out on the tables along with the gold candles. And these gold numbers were such a cute way for guests to find their table.
The sweetheart table! Greenery made with ruscus and eucalyptus is a fantastic way to dress up chairs.
(sigh...) Would ya just look at it...?! Mama, aka Ginny Smith, (DBG owner) did an awesome job on this bouquet!
Who's ready for me to talk about compotes..? (Inside joke at DBG) But these gold ones added the right amount of glitz and along with all of the other gold accents really set off the flowers. It was a perfect combo.
These arrangements were used at the wedding first in the church windows and then brought to the reception. They really added to the design, having groups of arrangements all around.
And lastly, this stunning design for the front of the church turned out so well. Big arrangements make a great statement piece and backdrop.
- Be sure to check out our, Our Work, page for our previous work and contact us for all your floral design needs!