The Rusty River Barn was the perfect setting for Samantha and Tanner’s big day. The weather was stunning, and the scenery was beautiful. It could not have been dreamier or more beautifully captured by https://jennagreenawalt.com/.
The couple chose to adorn their arch with soft, ivory fabric and many selections of greenery such as ivy, olive and ruscus for a light and airy look.
Loving the excitement and joy-filled tears captured here! How blessed Samantha must feel to see these moments captured forever. Her bridesmaids carried bouquets of olive, eucalyptus, ruscus, roses and spray roses.
Samantha’s bouquet was full of textured greens and many dainty white flowers for a natural look. We finished it off with a dusty blue specialty ribbon for something a little extra.
These simple yet elegant boutonnieres make more of a statement with their detailed beauty rather than their size. Olive foliage and ranunculus are always a beautiful pairing, and we especially love the simple ribbon detail.
We also love how the bridesmaids all have their own unique dress. Although these bouquets have the same ingredients, they all have their own textured personality and shape as well.
We have embellished many welcome signs over the last few years, as they’ve become quite popular. We enjoyed doing something a little outside the box with this one, shown above. Also, these cocktail tables really make you feel festive! The delicate blooms of queen anne’s lace are so perfect in the tiny test tube-like vessels.
The reception details were nothing short of perfection in natural colors paired with golds and dusty, pale blues, all coordinated by the talented Leda of Events Held Dear. The soft white and nude colors of the roses with touches of ranunculus and variegated plectranthus vines offered naturally- inspired looks for the guest tables. The head table was adorned with rich greenery and candlelight on either side of the sweetheart table, framed with whimsical vines of smilax, hung from above — such an elegant backdrop.