With all of this bitter cold weather, I thought it would be nice to share Michael and Megan’s wedding from last May. If I close my eyes, I can feel the sunshine and salty sea breeze. Their wedding had a romantic, beachy feel with a touch of Hawaii. The couple wanted to incorporate a little touch of Hawaii since Michael was stationed there in the Army.
Their wedding was at the gorgeous Rehoboth Beach Country Club in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Megan looked ravishing as she walked down an aisle lined with rose petals and fresh Hawaiian leis. They were married under a pergola draped in shimmering champagne organza overlooking the bay.
The ballroom was filled with their family and friends. The centerpieces were lush and romantic with roses, gerbera daisies, and seeded eucalyptis accented with white sea shells. Candlelight and more leis decorated the outside patio.
Congratulations Michael and Megan! It was truly a magical day. Thank you for allowing me to be part of your special day!
There was such a great turn out on Sunday at the Harry’s Savoy Bridal Show! I do not think that I had time for a break the entire show! My favorite thing was meeting all of the brides and grooms and their friends and family. I love how each wedding is different. It gets my creative juices flowing! I love being a wedding florist!
I wanted to achieve a romantic, vintage, and rustic feeling with my arrangements for this show. Let me know if you think that I was able to accomplish this. The biggest hit was the duchess rose bouquet. Everyone was very inquisitive about how I created it. Furthermore, everyone loved the small boutonnieres, especially since they are a current trend with grooms.
If you would like to schedule a consultation for your wedding flowers, please contact me today. I look forward to hearing from you! Hope everyone is enjoying this “snow” day!
You could just feel the love between Tereesa and James. They were planning their wedding here in Delaware, but they lived in Arizona. So, you can imagine each meeting was very important. I loved bringing Tereesa’s vision to life. She wanted a classic, elegant look with a touch of country.
The patio at White Clay Creek Country Club is like a blank canvas just waiting to be decorated. What started as a concrete slab was transformed into a gorgeous ceremony place. Between the white chair with navy chair sashes to the navy and white striped aisle runner, each of these items brought a layer of Tereesa’s dream alive. The aisle was lined with copper lanterns flickering with candlelight and hydrangeas and bear grass. The altar was anchored with a trio of lanterns on each side around a wooden crate. Flowers were tucked in around the lanterns and on the arbor with white sheer fabric draped around.
Congratulations Tereesa and James! Thank you for allowing me to be part of your special day!