Lisa + Frank’s wedding reflected a formal feel with a vintage quality. The muted pinks and ivories were complemented with a touch of yellow and flowing natural greenery. Lisa’s cascading bridal bouquet of ivory and dusty pink roses was accented with flowing tulips and green amaranthus with an ivory satin wrap. A vintage heirloom pin added a special touch. The bridesmaids bouquets coordinated with the bride’s and added a touch of yellow. The formal reception space at the downtown Hilton was dressed up with tall pilsner vase arrangements and small silver glittery vases of coordinating florals. Wedding coordinator, Boldly Chic Events truly reflected their name for this vintage inspired wedding!
Kim and Andy are such a fun couple and it was such fun to work with them and be a colorful part of their special day! We looooved the vibrant colors and unique flowers used to create the fun ambiance.
Kim chose a bouquet in shades of orange and rust with zinnias, ranunculus, coxcomb, hypericum berries and green succulents with an ivory lace wrap. The bridesmaids bouquets were a smaller version of the brides with a teal wrap. The colors with stunning against the navy blue dresses.
The ceremony aisles were lined with candles surrounded by colorful flowers for a very soft and elegant look. The ombre cake was decorated with brilliant florals – sunflowers, zinnias, and carnations??.
The reception tables featured tall pilsner vases topped with a beautiful, flowing arrangement of coordinating florals. Other tables were adorned with footed bowls full of pompon daisies in an hombre effect of yellow, orange and rust.
Jenny and Billy’s special day had rustic and natural charm. The bride chose a nontraditional bouquet of yellow billy balls with a delicate lace wrap. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of white hydrangea that made a bold statement against their colorful gowns. The junior bridesmaids/flower girls carried striking yellow flower pomanders. The unique ceremony pergola was adorned with small test tube vases with a variety of coordinating florals. That theme was carried through to the centerpieces vases of milk glass.
So many thanks to Bobbi Photo for these gorg photos!
We loved working with Erica and Joe and Tara Nicole Weddings and Events to create many floral touches for their special day. Erica chose classic ivory florals for her bridal bouquet accented with soft and romantic dusty miller greenery. The bridesmaids carried smaller, similar bouquets.
Lovely touches added to the church, Holy Spirit at Geist, included tulle and floral pew decorations with navy blue accents. Hawthorne Golf and Country Club was a lovely setting for some elegant floral arrangements. Tall, pilsner vases with white hydrangea, dusty miller and curly willow created a dramatic effect. Other arrangements included vases overflowing with white hydrangea, dusty miller, and pink spray roses. The cake also received a touch of floral with ivory garden roses and pink hypericum berries.
It was a beautiful day for a beautiful couple! All the best to Erica and Joe!
Emily + JP wanted to create a rustic and romantic feel for their wedding and we were happy to help with that! We created a beautiful bridal bouquet of Juliet garden roses, pink spray roses, ivory roses and queen anne’s lace with a flowing ivory satin wrap. The bridesmaids bouquets were a display of ivory with hydrangea, spray roses, seeded eucalyptus and a touch of color with burgundy hypericum berries.
Decorating the venue space was such fun, with some very unique touches. One of our favorite creations was a grape vine wreath chandelier with flowing greens and handled candle holders. Table arrangements were a variety of silver vases with florals such as white hydrangea, pink spray roses and white and pink stock. We even created a special “hot air balloon” table arrangement. We also loved the floral “bouquet” that marked the reserved seating.
Caitlin and Will lovely outdoor wedding was full of natural and vintage elements. The bride’s bouquet was a dramatic display of white and ivory florals with natural greenery and seeded eucalyptus. Bridesmaids bouquets mirrored that of the bride. The men wore boutonieres of white lisiathus with seeded eucalyptus accents. We worked together to create stunning floral elements in the reception. The bridal party table was draped with lush eucalyptus and hydrangea, as was the dessert display. We also created unique wine box place-card holders that added to the vintage charm!
Photo Credit: 604 Studios (of whom we adore working with!)
Brooke and Jason chose a classic and elegant style for their wedding. The bride carried a bouquet of beautiful ivory garden roses with a lovely sateen wrap. The bridesmaids bouquets include ivory roses, pink spray roses, white hydrangea and a royal blue delphinium. The reception at the Columbia Club was formal and elegant with tall pilsner vases of hydrangea and dramatic curly willow, and shorter gold pedestal vases of soft, coordinating florals. The church pews were adorned with lovely floral arrangements of white hydrangea, pink spray roses and natural greenery.
Blair + James wedding was an elegant and classic affair at the Columbia Club of Indianapolis. The bride chose bold purple, lavender, and burgundy and pink colors for her bouquet, while the bridesmaids carried classic white and ivory that popped against the beautiful color of their gowns. The Maid of Honor bouquet was distinguished with a touch of burgundy dahlias.
The reception tables received added drama with tall pilsner vases filled with white hydrangea, burgundy dahlia, dark pink carnations, purple stock and tall greenery. The cake was also adorned with lavender roses, purple lisianthus and purple stock.
We loved working with Alex and Jon to create a soft and delicate look for their wedding! Pink and ivory roses and ivory calla lilies combined in a stunning bridal bouquet. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of pink spray roses and baby’s breath. The precious flower girl was crowned in a baby’s breath head wreath. And lets not forget the men, who wore boutonnieres of a dusty miller leaf with pink spray roses wrapped with a burlap accent. They coordinated quite nicely with their gray toned suits.
Photographer credit to Navy & Blue – Many thanks for the fabulous photos!
Andrea + Adam chose florals and colors that truly complemented their elegant venue of the Indiana Historical Society. The bride wanted a vintage styled wedding and carried a bouquet of ivory roses with accents of pinks and purples and natural elements such as scabiosa pods. The bridesmaids accented their beautiful purple gowns with ivory rose bouquets.
Table arrangements for the reception space were varied and added to the elegance of the venue. Tall candelabras were dramatically topped with floral arrangements in muted ivories and pinks with flowing seeded eucalyptus. Some tables were adorned with tall candle holders and coordinating small silver vases full of burgundy and pink spray roses. Other tables were decorated with gorgeous footed silver bowls overflowing with coordinating florals and flowy seeded eucalyptus. The effect of the varying arrangements was absolutely stunning!
Wrist corsages made a statement with pearl bands and lovely florals in ivory and lavender with purple accents. The grooms boutonniere was a simple combination of pink spray roses with purple berry and greenery accents with a silk wrap.
We loved working with Tara Nicole Wedding and Events to help create the elegant ambiance for this wedding.
Photography credit goes to Jody Stout Photography.