This beautiful wedding that took place on the 7th of September, 2019 was an absolute stunner down to every detail, expertly captured by https://www.wanderingwoo.com/ plus several amazing bonus shots by Ashley of https://henryphotography.com/, owner of the beautiful venue.
Courtney and Steph’s wedding featured fun textures and neutral colors paired with pops of peach and blush. From the greenery accenting the welcome sign to the large, asymmetrical ceremony pieces atop our gold metal stands, the entrance for our wedding guests was nothing short of show-stopping! These large pieces were also so much fun to create! The added collections of greenery to the lanterns framing the aisle added even more eye candy as guests and our bride made their way to the ceremony arch at the stunning Magnolia Hill Farm. http://magnoliahill-farm.com/
This fantastically flowing floral piece with its whimsical foliage and arch from Got Ya Covered https://www.gotyacoveredlinens.com/, made the perfect background to say “I Do” at this hipster-vibe wedding. Beautiful Bridal Piano garden roses and the apricot stock we used in this piece really had people complimenting us on the fragrance in the room while we were there setting up. It’s always so rewarding to to hear compliments from other vendors while we add our touch to the special day!
We were so glad these beautiful bouquets got their time in the light! Literally, that sun makes these gorgeous flowers shine! The Quicksand and Secret Garden roses in these are beautiful, but were made even more special with the additon of our home-grown Baptisia foliage and two-toned cosmos from our greenhouse. We always take walks through our gardens and greenhouse as we’re preparing for each wedding, and we knew upon seeing these that we needed to add them to make the arrangements that much more unique.
This was the backdrop of wedding planner, Courtney Heibel’s dreams, and was a true challenge in the making. This creative piece was built on our very own gold pipe structure which we have available as a rental item for our full-service floral customers. So many ribbon cuttings and so many intricate placements of each foliage and flower took place while outside in the not-so-forgiving wind, a challenge in itself. Fortunately, after the cocktail hour, our wind-threatened masterpiece was brought indoors and tamed, repurposed as being the perfect sweetheart table backdrop. The dual function of this piece is what makes it all worth it. The lanterns and greenery from the aisle were also repurposed here in front of the sweetheart table, and we love the added glow of the candlelight!
These extensive centerpiece and detail shots really show how all it comes together in the end, as well as how much time is put into picking each and every bloom so that it coordinates with all the other elements of the wedding, showing off their color and beauty. The experience of setting up such a fun and creative wedding from the vision of wedding planner Courtney Heibel will not soon be forgotten.