We are working on a wedding this weekend and I must be up and out of the house by 6 am Saturday in order to get things rolling.
However, before I hop off to bed, I want to share some pictures from a wedding we did a while back. It was one of our favourites.
The wedding took place in early Spring, with lots of candlelight and wonderful white flowers. The celebration was held in a very handsome gentleman's club with lots of history and political intrigue. The bride was beautiful and confident, and she chose a simple, but sophisticated style.
The colour palette: crisp white, silver and oyster with the palest silver blue accents.
The flowers: White parrot tulips, pencil tulips, sweet peas, freesias and fabulous white cherry blossom branches and trees (not seen), hydrangeas and roses.
Candlelight was an essential element and as you can see imparted a great ambiance to the room.
The seating was mainly lengths of banquettes that sat approximately 50 guests, with some lovely oval shaped tables to break up the symmetry of the banquettes.
The bouquet: unfussy and pretty.
Have a fabulous weekend !