Kellie’s bouquet for her wedding was a loose garden bouquet that consisted of white open David Austin roses, white Tibet roses, soft blue delphinium, silver dollar eucalyptus, gunna eucalyptus, seeded eucalyptus, all wrapped in ivory silk organza. Her bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her bridal bouquet. The groom, Jacob, complemented his outfit with a boutonniere that consisted of a white Tibet rose with eucalyptus wrapped with a white ribbon with a stripe. His groomsmen wore seeded eucalyptus boutonnieres.
The ceremony took place in an open chapel. The cross in the chapel was adorned at an angle with white and touches of pale pink flowers, different greeneries, and eucalyptus. The pew markers were beautifully made and consisted of a combination of Italian ruscus, different eucalyptus, white open Tibet roses, and organza ribbon.
At the reception, there was a grand buffet arrangement that consisted of white larkspur, white hydrangeas, open Tibet roses, white stock, and curly willow. The guest tables had lanterns with candles inside and were circled with a combination of different greenery and open white roses.