Daniel and Melissa's wedding was an affair of all the whites and greens... Very simple and classic with lots of roses, lisianthus, ranunculus, and eucalyptus, but very unique at the same time. I'm gonna go with Beauty and the Beast meets garden elegance.
Scroll to see exactly what I mean :)
We were excited to be joined by our sidekick with a little help from his dad too :)
Melissa's bouquet was comprised of ivory roses, white lisianthus, white spray roses, white ranunculus, along with silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus. You may also see a pop of blush in there, provided by the Keira garden rose.
The bridesmaids' bouquets were made of ivory roses, white lisianthus, and white spray roses, as well as silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus.
Simple makin' a statement!
Seeded eucalyptus served as boutonnieres... aren't they cute?! All the same, but still a little bit of a different from each other.
And of course, a little spice for the leading man with a white ranunculus and some parvafolia to pair with the seeded eucalyptus.
How about two eucalyptus wreaths to make a
statement at your ceremony entrance?!
THEN, to have a mantle piece serve as your altar?! Melissa mentioned in our consultation that she wanted people to feel like they were being welcomed into their home during their ceremony as her and Daniel entered into marriage together.
Such a sentimental thought behind choosing this piece!
The mantle was topped with a eucalyptus and lemon leaf garland with pops of white spray roses. And, I mean, throw some burning logs under there and you have a Beauty and the Beast setting... in a garden (well, technically on a farm)... ok, maybe it's a stretch on the theme but...
... this isn't! Candlesticks surrounds by lush green wreaths and flowers... don't you feel transported back to Beauty and the Beast, just waiting for Lumiere's face to appear and the candles to be lit??
ANYways... Daniel and Melissa's reception was comprised of gray table clothes, paired with candlesticks and lanterns as centerpieces. We added eucalyptus and lemon leaf wreaths around the base of the centerpieces with
pops of white and ivory flowers throughout.
What better way to dress up a bar than with a 15 foot (yes, 15 foot), eucalyptus and lemon leaf garland?!
Daniel and Melissa's sweetheart table had a eucalyptus garland draped from end to end and then some. We incorporated white blooms throughout, but also used some blush spray roses to give it some color!
T'was another successful wedding to add to the books! Blessed to be a part of Melissa and Daniel's special day and we love how it all came together.
Until next time!