Kaylin’s big day was February 13, so she opted for red roses throughout in celebration of Valentine’s Day. The bride’s bouquet was classic: white roses wrapped in a white satin ribbon and beautifully accented by greenery in the deepest shade of green. The bridesmaids wore floor-length red dresses and carried white roses, smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet.
The ceremony took place in the chapel at High Grove Farm in Valdosta, GA. Two wine barrels framed the entrance to the ceremony space and were each adorned with a spray of roses in shades of white, red, and pink, white hydrangeas, and mixed greenery. The pews were decorated with white bows and toward the altar, where The Flower Gallery decorated the arms of a wooden cross with pink and red roses, baby’s breath, and greenery.
Kaylin opted to keep the reception space simple and classic. The only flowers used in the space were centerpieces made for the guest tables. Tall vases with pink and red roses, white hydrangeas, white spray roses, and greenery alternated with wreaths of greenery that wrapped around glass votives holding candles.