Romantic, airy, and organic are the words that best describe Francesca and George’s lovely wedding at the Flagler Museum. The color palette was a soft coupling of green and white with accents of peach. The decor featured light and airy floral creations that were in perfect harmony with the natural, garden-style of the couple’s celebration. ● Francesca’s exquisite bridal bouquet was designed in a loose, natural style with white peonies, champagne roses, peach roses, and accents of dark green ruscus. Her attendants carried gathers of flowers similar in selection to the bridal bouquet. ● Francesca and George exchanged vows beneath a lush arbor made with natural dragon wood branches. The arbor was elaborately decorated with white roses, white Matthiola blossoms, green amaranthus, and a variety of ornamental foliage. ● Beautiful gathers of roses, lisianthus, hydrangeas, amaranthus, and ruscus were attached to the seating along the center aisle.
High and low centerpieces were alternated throughout the ballroom to create a unique look for the reception. ● The first centerpiece design consisted of a lush arrangement of foliage enhanced with white, cream, and peach flowers. This was set atop an elegant silver trumpet vase. Silver candelabras were set on each side of this centerpiece. These held glass enclosed candles in the upper branches and were wrapped in ornamental foliage. ● The second centerpiece style was a gorgeous, low arrangement of flowers set within a compote vase with an antique gold finish. ● A single sprig of rosemary added a decorous touch to each place setting. ● The bride and groom’s chairs were ornamented with garlands of natural foliage. ● The cake was finished with cascading flowers that coordinated with the centerpieces. The table around the cake was adorned with the bridal and bridesmaids bouquets.