Jessica selected a marvelous bridal bouquet of white miniature calla lilies and white roses surrounded by foliage. ● Her attendants carried natural clusters of white roses, white hydrangea, green trick, foliage and seeded eucalyptus. ● Jessica and Aaron exchanged vows underneath a stunning garden-style chuppah. The frame was constructed with natural birchwood posts entwined with foliage. The gorgeous canopy top was decorated with a showering design of white dendrobium orchids and greenery. ● The top of the aisle was framed by a beautifully draped fabric entranceway. This was appointed with cascading greenery and strands of tiny white lights. ● The aisle was lined with elegant candle stands trimmed with natural foliage. Pretty gathers of white flowers were attached to these stands, creating a romantic walkway for the bridal procession. ● In the lobby, an opulent floral creation was designed for the place card table. The flower selection included white roses, hydrangeas, orchids, and Matthiola, with accents of green trick and ornamental branches. This magnificent arrangement was placed on top of a natural birchwood pedestal enclosed in glass.
For the reception, we created three different centerpiece styles that added a great deal of variety to the lovely ballroom setting. ● The first style was a tall glass vase filled with curly willow branches ornamented with white dendrobium orchids. Bells of Ireland and amaranthus finished the display. ● The second centerpiece featured of a lush arrangement roses, hydrangeas, orchids, and Matthiola set atop a tree stand made with natural branches. ● And finally, the third design consisted of a unique tablescape. Petite floral arrangements, in a pave design, were arranged along the center of these tables. A collection of candles was arranged around the floral displays to complete the charming design. ● In addition, the bridal party’s tables were decorated with beautiful arbors adorned with cascading white orchids and greenery. Small candles were placed in delicate crystal cones that dangled from the top of the arbor.
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