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Natural Elegance

Leah and David got married at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buckhead and were beautifully photographed by MyLife Photography.  The full spread had been submitted for publication in Paper Moon Weddings, and perfectly exemplifies the natural elegance (with a touch of glam)! desired by the bride.

Leah’s stunning bouquet, in soft shades of ivory, white and lavender, was created with white peonies, white garden roses, white spray roses, white ranunculus, lavender sweet pea blossoms and white hellebores.

Made to stand out against the light lavender shades of their dresses and to echo the opalescence of their pearls, the bridesmaids’ bouquets were created with white garden roses, ranunculus, lilac blossoms and white spray roses.

Wedding vows were exchanged beneath a stunning Chuppah, echoing the shades of white, cream and lavender in the bouquets, but accented with bright pops of purple stock and trailing white cherry blossoms.  This elegant and dramatic structure, utilizing natural birch poles and Reindeer moss, created a natural, yet dramatic elegance mirrored by the lush centerpieces and decor of the reception.

Upon entering the Reception Ballroom, the eye was immediately drawn to the overflowing bounty of blooming cherry branches, white garden roses, white hydrangea, purple stock and lavender sweet pea displayed in a Grecian urn. This statement piece set the stage for the couple’s sweetheart table glamorously draped in charcoal and lavender shades and accented with antique lanterns and a mirrored stand displaying even more lush floral arrangements.

Luminous candlelight set off gleaming glass and pearl decor that romantically displayed floral arrangements drawing together all the various flowers in the wedding: blooming cherry branches, purple stock, lavender, sweat pea, and roses and hydrangea.

Thanks for the opportunity to help make your day perfect, Leah and David!

 

 

 

 

 

Shades of Pink

According to recent wedding trends watchers, pinks are making a comeback in terms of floral arrangements.  Brandi and Brian’s wedding at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History (photographed by Sophia Barret Studios) beautifully demonstrated this look by combining shades of antique and modern pink with creamy ivories, natural branches and glass and silver accents.   

Brandi’s bouquet displayed soft shades of creamy white with touches of blush pink, including Vendela roses, white Ohara garden roses, white majolica roses and white lilac blossoms.  The attendants’ bouquets featured slightly stronger pinks in shades of champagne and cranberry, using quicksand roses, candy Bianca roses and antique pink hydrangea.

A statement piece showcasing sandblasted Manzanita branches, hanging white Dendrobium orchids and hanging tealight candles, was echoed by the polished silver urns displaying Manzanita and pink flower arrangements on the estate table. 

More glass and silver decor, along with plenty of lush, creamy candlelight, completed the gorgeous look.

Creamy Vendela and Ohara roses, Quicksand roses, Candy Bianca roses and pink hydrangea drew all the centerpieces, and the room, together.

 

Simple and Elegant Wedding Style

Jenna and Brad got married at the Beth Tykvah Temple and held their reception at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buckhead.  A simple and elegant wedding style (with a touch of glamorous crystal) were the watchwords for this beautiful ceremony.  Thank you Scobey Photography for the beautiful pictures!

At the Temple, the Chuppah featured sheer ivory fabric along with white hydrangea, white and peach roses, and peach stock.Simple, Elegant and Beautiful Chuppah

Jenna’s bouquet was created with white peonies, white garden roses, white spray roses, and white sweet peas, along with crystal accents throughout.

Peach and cream roses, as well as apricot stock, were added to the white flower mix on the various table arrangements, along with silver and crystal decor, tying the ceremony and reception together in an elegantly stunning display.

Bold, Modern and Opulent

Katie and Jonathan’s wedding was recently published in The Knot. This ultra-modern wedding at the Atlanta Botanic Gardens emphasized dramatic, bold lines accented with pops of opulent yellow color.   Thanks to Laura Stone and Artstar for the fabulous photos!

Katie’s bouquet was created with White Dahlias, White Stock, and lavish White Cattleya Orchids, and was accented with clusters of the couple’s signature flower,  Yellow Craspedia (Billy Balls).

Bridal bouquets were created with yellow calla lilies while Jonathan’s boutonniere featured Yellow Craspedia (Billy Ball) and Black Sansevieria (mother in law’s tongue plant).

The ceremony and reception both featured bright Yellow Oncidium Orchids in black glass vases along with Yellow Roses, hydrangea, succulents and accent lemons.

A Dash of the Mediterranean

Biljana and Phil’s wedding at Magnolia Hall in Piedmont Park was inspired by the bride’s Macedonian heritage and visions of the Mediterranean coast.  Thanks to Laura Stone and Artstar for the beautiful photos!

Bridal attendants carried bouquets of Coral and Cream Roses along with Coral Hypericum berries, while the  Bride’s bouquet was created with the couple’s signature flower, the Coral Calla Lilly, along with Coral Roses, Pink Piano Garden Roses, Paula Fay Peonies and Coral Hypericum berries. 

Phil’s boutonniere echoes the bride’s bouquet with their signature Coral Calla Lily and Hypericum berries. 

Sparkling white sand beaches, white marble, and brilliant turquoise waters and skies are evoked by the white Capiz shell garlands and aqua and blue-tinted décor, while coral and deep pink pops of color echo the bride’s passionate culture.