Kaitlin’s bouquet was a romantic mix of white and mauve roses, accented by eucalyptus and baby’s breath. Bridesmaids wore floor-length gowns in a dusty rose color and carried neutral white bouquets composed of white roses, white hydrangeas, and a mix of greenery based around eucalyptus branches.
The bride and groom were married under a rustic arbor with church pews as guest seating. The Flower Gallery created a large flower swag of different colored roses, greenery, and baby’s breath that was displayed on the wooden arbor. Both sides of the aisle were decorated with fresh white rose petals. The entrance to the aisle was marked by two large wine barrels topped by large flower arrangements composed of roses, greenery, baby’s breath, and hydrangeas. To top off the magic, the bride’s beagle, Lucy, walked down the aisle sporting a collar of baby’s breath and delicate white roses.
The doors to the reception were marked by handmade wreaths of white flowers. Inside the space, a large metal urn filled with mixed roses in shades of white and mauve, white hydrangeas, baby’s breath, and greenery decorated the buffet table. Guest tables alternated centerpieces between metal candle lanterns holding candles and floral arrangements mirroring the bride’s bouquet. Tying it all together, the bride and groom’s Sweetheart Table was adorned with a spray of greenery, mixed roses, and hydrangeas.