Gina + Eric set out to create a romantic and fun vibe for their wedding at Canal 337. We think they succeeded! From their venue to their color theme of sage green and varying tones of yellow with hints of purple, we loved helping their vision come to life.
Gina bridal bouquet was a beautiful combination of ivory roses, yellow tulips, ivory lisianthus, yellow billy balls and soft dusty miller. The bridesmaids carried natural flowers in yellow and ivories that really shined against their sage green gowns. The color combinations for this wedding was one of our favorites!
Photography credit goes to the talented Maike Rinaye Photography.
Abbie + Andrew’s wedding at Laurel Hall had a wonderfully soft and romantic feel. Abbie’s bridal bouquet was simply stunning, a combination of white hydrangea, pale pink roses, and pink hypericum. The bridesmaid bouquets were simple and classic in white. The adorable flower girl wore a coordinating floral halo.
The ceremony space continued the romantic feel with a pergola hung with lush greens and hydrangea. Inside the soft look continued, with candle table lanterns, and a variety of simple glass bottle vases with delicate florals.
Thanks to Rebecca Bridges Photography for these lovely photos.
Erica was lucky enough to have her mother plan her wedding while she was finishing up school. The Kelley Agricultural Historical Museum was the perfect location for Erica + Austin’s rustic/barn wedding. Soft mint green, and shades of pink and lavender added a romantic feel. Erica’s bridal bouquet was a luscious mix of pink peonies, pink spray roses, lavender lisianthus, baby’s breath and natural succulents. The bridesmaids bouquets were simple bunches of delicate baby’s breath. We even outfitted Sadie the Wedding Dog with a lovely floral “collar”.
We loved adding lots of floral touches to the ceremony space as well. The ceremony pergola was adorned with a beautiful hanging floral arrangement and romantic flower curtains in shades of pink carnations. The aisles were lined with silver buckets overflowing with peonies and spray roses.
Photography credit to the most talent Stacy Able Photography for these fabulous photos.
Lori + Tyler chose a lavender and black color scheme for their beautiful wedding at Regions Tower. Lori chose classic white for her bridal bouquet in hydrangeas and roses with soft greens. The bridal bouquets were white hydrangeas and roses, accented with ivory and purple mini callas with a black sateen wrap.
Photo credit to the immensely talented Stacy Able Photography.
Stefanie and Nick’s wedding was a beautiful and romantic affair. Stefanie’s bridal bouquet combined red roses with pink and white lisianthus, white hydrangea, and queen anne’s lace for a light and romantic look. The bridesmaids bouquets combined classic red roses and red hypericum berries with the drama of flowing red amaranthus and a burlap wrap. Table arranges were simple white hydrangea blooms in painted wine bottles and strewn rose petals for a colorful accent.
Jessica + Kevin chose brilliant shades of purple, lavender and green for their downtown wedding. The bridal bouquet was a rich combination of purple and lavender lisianthus and freesia. The bridesmaids bouquets were brilliant green mums that made a bold statement!
The reception tables were adorned with a variety of glass vases – tall vases topped with colorful arrangements and other filled with the colors of the day. The bold color combinations were perfect for outdoor ceremony and the inside reception at The Indiana State Museum.
Polly and Oliver held a small, intimate wedding before the birth of their twins. The picture below is of Polly with her twin sister, so sweet right?! The bouquet we designed for her day included natural soft colors and florals of ivory dahlias, pink garden roses, white spray roses, dusty miller, scabiosa pods and feathery fern.
Marian + David were such a great couple and it was such fun creating a look that fit them and their style on their special day. Marian wanted a rustic and natural look and bouquets were big, flowing and natural, using muted colors of lavender, rusty orange and yellow and lots of luscious greenery! The combination was quite dramatic! Reception table arrangements mirrored the natural look with collections of mason jar vases overflowing with coordinating florals!
What better way to the end the year than with the special New Year’s Eve wedding of Maggie and Jeff! A formal black and white theme prevailed, with the bride carrying white mini calla’s with a black and white striped wrap. The bridesmaids carried similarly white bouquets that popped against their black gowns. The men sported a single white mini calla on their lapels! The NCAA was truly a unique venue for this fun affair!
Photo credit for these fabulous photos goes to Sean Molin.