One of my best friends of all time (and simultaneously one of the best weddings EVER!) – Libberachi. Libbster. Libby like the can of vegetables. Elizabeth, if you will… I digress
This bouquet features variegated pittosporum, rosemary, cruly willow, beargrass, roses, anemones and ferncurl. One of my favorites for it’s timeless style yet contemporary design features. The rosemary was a great touch, and the ferncurl is a little funky but still fits with a traditional wedding.
I just loved how the church decor turned out so I included a few more shots than usual. This was when they first saw each other…
I especially love how we sprinkled the aisle and the area where they would stand with petals FIRST, before the flower girl. It assures proper sprinklage, if that is a word… Ha! The two candelabras up front were wrapped in a garland of ruscus, plumosus fern and variegated pittosporum, and then swirled again with ivory tulle. The vase arrangements were used again after the ceremony as decoration on the food tables at the reception.
The pews had alternating candelabras which we swagged tulle between, as well as greenery swags (including ivy and plumosus fern) attached by beautiful ivory/peachy bows, and highlighted with more tulle pooling at the base. SEE EVERYONE!! Tulle is not ugly.
Count ’em, TEN bridesmaids. And yes, if you see the really pasty, pregnant-looking-one towards the middle, that’s me, about 9 weeks away from delivery! Bridesmaids’ bouquets were very similar to the bride’s but included mostly white ranunculus compared to roses.
I love how the cake turned out – I forgot to add the white alstromeria that I used quite a bit of in the flower girl halo, the bridesmaids’ bouquets and the cake. You can see the bridesmaids’ bouquets in the windowsill behind the cake, framing everything with a little more color.
I had to include this one because the bridal party picture was not on my good side…plus it’s funny to see my oldest boy look so little! Thanks again to Libby and Andrew for being amazing friends, introducing us to our church and of course for letting us be a part of their amazing wedding. Love you guys!