As we briefly mentioned in our last post, we had two weekday weddings for which to design this week, and yesterday was the second of the two. Both were at Wadley Farms, but both were immensely different! Tuesday's wedding (which unfortunately we don't have any pics of) was shades of plum, white, and black and was very funky, modern, and whimsical. On the other hand, yesterday's event was very natural, earthy, and eclectic in shades of khaki, chocolate, cream, earthy blues, and all natural greens. Both were beautiful in their own right!
We did manage to get a few bridal party snapshots of yesterday's event. Granted, we had to take them around 8:30 am when it was POURING rain, so we had about one foot of space on the porch to work with to get these photos which made it pretty difficult. Please keep that in mind! The reception was so, so beautiful but we unfortunately did not have an extra minute to take photos. Ah! The cake! The cake was to die for! This was a bride who was dedicated to the details, and it really paid off. We hope to see the professional pics of the wedding and share them with you in the future. For now, here are a few of our bridal party snapshots.
All were unified by the dusty miller, silver dollar eucalyptus, and soft blue ribbon:
by Blossom Sweet
Top row, left to right: birch, ..., wheat, white stock
Second from top, left to right: berzelia, waxflower, gypsophila, succulents
Third row, left to right: scabiosa pods, tulips, ..., lisianthus
Bottom row, left to right: dusty miller, yellow stock, silver dollar eucalyptus, novelty leucadendron
So brides, readers et al, is this concept something you'd like to see more of? Do you find it helpful and/or interesting? Let us know what you think!