Sarah and James held their wedding at Callenwolde in Atlanta, Georgia. Photography by Ashley White
This wedding was only a few days away from Halloween, and Sarah wanted to incorporate pumpkins, but didn’t want to look “themed.” I had so much fun sourcing their blooms and all the gourds to create a warm fall look. I used gold velvet ribbon on the bouquets and boutonnieres, the gourds came from a local farm, and I foraged the fall foliage.
Alex + Tyler
A wedding filled with laughter, dancing, king of pops, and bright colors
Ashley wanted bright colors and a relaxed fun vibe to her event. I love a bride who wants color so I was happy to oblige! We also worked in some tropical foliage and fruit to have alternating table designs. They included their families only for the ceremony, keeping it intimate, and the rest of their guests showed up for the reception afterwards.
Taylor + Roberto
Taylor and Roberto held their Ceremony at Dorothy B. Oven Park in Tallahassee, Florida. Photography by Intuitive Images
I have known Taylor since we were toddlers so this wedding was a pleasure to be a part of. His Aunt made the cake, his brother was the officiant, his Mom read poetry, Roberto made the awesome dance playlist, and both grooms helped set out tables and linens. They exchanged the sweetest vows on a gorgeous spring day and everyone had a fabulous time, myself included.
Madelyn + Tyler
Madelyn and Tyler were wed in the Atlanta Springtime with their ceremony held at Christ the King Church, and their reception at The Wimbish House. Photography by Cari Pilgrim who is majorly talented!
Madelyn wanted a spring palette with lots of pastels and keeping a traditional but fun vibe. Accents of dusty blue and gold were perfect to contrast the warm tones of the flowers I used.
Mithila + Jeremy
Mithila and Jeremy planned a fairly small wedding at Eventide Brewery in Atlanta, with photography by the talented Kelley Raye
Mithila and Jeremy hand made the ceramic containers that I created floral arrangements for, with succulents as a theme. They combined some Indian and American traditions to make their wedding truly reflect who they are as a couple.
Casey + Ross
Casey and Ross were married at the Historic Dekalb Courthouse right in the heart of Decatur. Their wedding was photographed by Paige Molina and planning help was from Soirée South
Casey originally wanted only white blooms and greenery, but with such a bright white venue I suggested added some warm pastel tones to the floral design to help the blooms pop in the space.
Ann + Jaime
Ann and Jaime were married on a very rainy spring day at Cator Woolford Gardens in Atlanta. Everyone involved did an amazing job making the day enjoyable and beautiful despite the weather. Planning by Legendary Events and photography by Heidi Geldhauser for Our Labor of Love
Ann had a vision of only using small wildflowers and foliage, I loved the challenge of not using many of my usual go-tos and coming up with a fresh combination that fit within her vision. The designs were understated and delicate and perfect for the venue.