Yellow and Gray

8 Jan

Here it is January and I am finally blogging about a wedding from August!  Where does the time go?

I Carrie and Joey last spring and besides the fact that I thought they would be a really fun couple to work with (I was right) her colors were yellow and gray, one of my favorite combinations and one I had yet to do so I was really excited!

The brides bouquet was created using succulents, air plants, dusty miller, yellow roses,  yellow freesia, white hydrangea, and of course crespedia (billy balls).  The bride  provided me with a piece of trim and button from her grandmothers gown but because it was so narrow, I couldn’t use it to wrap the bouquet with but I was able to create a ribbon rose using the button for the center.   I loved incorporating something extra special in her bouquet.

The grooms corsage was a small yellow rose, succulent and seeded eucalyptus.






The ceremony was held in the beautiful garden at the Hall at Fauntleroy.  It was a lovely day and I was able to use the new arbor to hang some of globes filled with a small collection of flowers.  In addition, I created an arrangement to be placed on each side of the bride and groom incorporating one of the brides favorite flowers, snapdragons.




I used the cloche domes again to create smaller arrangements for half of the tables.  The remaining tables had large arrangements of dahlias, hydrangea, roses, air plants, dusty miller.


The beautiful photography was provided by Jenny GG.  Thank you Jenny!

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