Christine’s bouquet was simple but incredibly elegant, composed of mini calla lilies wrapped in an ivory satin ribbon. Dressed in floor-length emerald gowns, the bridesmaids carried bouquets of large calla lilies accented with a few wisps of greenery bound by an ivory ribbon.
Christine’s ceremony took place at Quail Branch Lodge. In addition to the bridal party’s bouquets and boutonnières, the bride entered through a large gilded gate which The Flower Gallery adorned with greenery featuring ferns and palm fronds, tying the piece together with the outdoor setting. She also included white drapery toward the back of the pergola, which served as the ceremony space.
Flowers played a major role in the reception. The bridal party’s table was laid with greenery and accented by gold lanterns lit by candles. Round guest tables were highlighted by larger-than-life centerpieces made of large white calla lilies, white hydrangeas, white open roses, and white delphiniums. Three rectangular guest tables held evenly-spaced glass vases, with a single white calla lily in each. Greenery was dispersed on tables throughout the space.