Friday, January 11, 2013

Emily's Purple and Pewter Wedding at Scotland Run Golf Club

Emily's flowers were so much fun to create! Her flowers had loads of purple with grey accents. Her bouquet had Picasso mini callas, purple lisianthus, hydrangeas, plum orchids, nigella, silver brunia, and dusty miller.

The textures look so awesome together!

The flowergirl carried a flower wand of only purple lisianthus.

The bridesmaids carried bouquets of all purple and silver, along with charcoal fabric over the stems to match the girls.

The groomsmen wore purple hydrangea blooms with nigella and scabiosa blooms, dusty miller, and charcoal fabric.

The reception took place at Scotland Run Golf Club in Williamstown, NJ. We decorated the space with more purple flowers. The placecard card arrangement was gorgeous with more purple.

Emily did three rectangle vases with a square floating candles and submerged roses, hydrangeas, and stock. We added silver pebbles in the base of the vases to add more of the grey.

Her other low centerpiece combined a clean cube with silver pebbles and purple hydrangeas, stock, lisianthus, roses, and callas.

The outdoor tables were decorated with three short gathering vases with silver pebbles and Picasso callas, stock, and hydrangeas.

The cocktail hightops were decorated with purple hydrangeas tucked into votive cups wrapped with purple satin.

I decorated the cake with hydrangeas, orchids, lisianthus, and lavender rose petals.

I can't wait to blog her professional photos next!!!

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