Ceremony Venue: St. Edward Church
Reception Venue: The Beach Club
Photographer: Chris Joriann {fine art} Photography

Meredith selected a delicately styled bridal bouquet of white peonies and white ranunculus, along with accents of silver berries, and Dusty Miller.  A charm and lockets attached to her bouquet added a meaningful personalized touch.  ●  Meredith’s bridesmaids carried gathers of white ranunculus, light blue Bella Donna, seeded eucalyptus, silver berries, and Dusty Miller.  ●  All of the attendants’ bouquets included the same flower selections, but our designers created each one in a slightly different style to evoke a natural feeling. All of the bouquets had pretty ribbon accents that added to the light and airy style of these beautiful flowers.  ●  The flower girls held silver wands with floral pomander balls attached. These were designed with a similar collection of flowers used for the bridesmaids, and were finished with trailing ribbon accents.

The lovely St. Edwards Church required little additional decor. Wreaths of garden foliage were attached the front pews with white ribbons.  ●  The church entrance was decorated with the couple’s monogram, crafted in green moss letters.  ●  At the Beach Club, guests enjoyed an oceanfront cocktail reception. Low, artistic displays of white hydrangeas, white orchid sprays, and bamboo were designed for the tables in this area.  ●  Inside, the lobby staircase handrail was wrapped in beautiful swags of foliage garlands with white roses and lisianthus.  ●  The lobby decor also contained a unique display: a gorgeous, wrought iron, double pan balance scale with crystal accents. We added delicate placements of florals, ornamental foliage, and votive candles in mercury glass holders.

An abundance of florals were used to create a romantic setting for the couple’s reception. Three different gorgeous centerpiece styles were alternated throughout the room.  ●  Long Royal tables were decorated with tablescapes of low, lush floral arrangements and pillar candles set on a beveled edge mirror base.  ●  Half of the round tables held tall trees of natural foliage with hanging candles suspended from their branches. A variety of flowers and candles were assembled at the base of each display.  ●  The remaining round tables received centerpieces consisting of low square dragonwood trays filled with beautiful florals and a collection of silver mercury glass votives.  ●  The couple sat at a sweetheart table that featured a cascading floral arbor display of the same selection of flowers used in the guest table centerpieces.  ●  And finally, the chandelier above the dance floor was enhanced with an abundance flowers and foliage.

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