Elise and Bryan got married at the beautiful McNay in San Antonio, TX on June 8, 2013. The bride chose an elegant romantic feel for her wedding, from her flowers to her crystal chandelier this was a wedding fit for a princess. The bride’s bouquet was elegant with lots of texture with white hydrangea, vendela roses, soft white peony, white stock, white mini callas, and cream cymbidium with pink throats to add just a touch of soft color.
At the reception at the McNay the room was lit with soft amber lighting. Tables were beautifully decorated with lush arrangements with soft pink lisianthus, white hydrangea, soft pink asiatic lily, soft pink roses, and to give a touch of texture green hypericum berries.
The finishing touch was a beautifully decorated cake with a floral cake topper and tucks of flowers that compliment the reception flowers.
Kay Kay and Charles celebrated their “Luck of the Irish” wedding beginning with a sunset ceremony at Christ Episcopal Church. The bride and groom exchanged “I Do’s” in front of an altar beautifully decorated with white hydrangea, white peony and with keeping with the irish theme….bells of ireland.
After the Ceremony, the bride and groom made a grand entrance down a floral garland staircase to the beautiful sounds of authentic Irish Bagpipers.
The festivities continued into the evening, the reception tent was dressed with oversized candlelit lanterns hanging from the ceiling, filled with lush greenery, citron green hydrangea, and bells of Ireland. Each of the guest tables boasted full uniquely designed arrangements in sleek gold vases, hot pink peony were added to the green citron hydrangea, bells of Ireland, and green trick to give a dramatic flair.
Savannah and Alex celebrated their wedding at Our Lady Of Grace Church with a reception following at Oak Hills Country Club in San Antonio, TX on March 9, 2013.
The bride carried a lush bouquet of Vendela Roses, fragrant Gardenia, Ivory spray roses and pearl embellished Stephanotis. A light cascade extended down using delicate ivy runners with individual blossoms of ivory spray roses and pearled stephanotis.
Entry doors to the reception were flanked by two large topiaries filled with lush flowers of orange spray roses, deep royal purple lisianthus, orange dahlias, pincushion protea, red gerberas, roses, and purple calla lily. Each topiary was flanked by cream pillar candles lining the walkway to the entry creating a very romantic ambiance.
As guested entered into the main ballroom half of the guest tables boasted tall mercury glass vases with beautiful orange, purple, and red flowers of orange spray roses, purple calla lily, orange tulips, red gerberas, citron green hydrangea, and purple lisianthus, with the other half of the tables filled with complementing arrangements in grouped shorter mercury glass vases. All the tables were filled with a collection of mercury glass candle votives.
The bride’s cake was the centerpiece of the room, with a double winding cascade of flowers and red roses between the layers. As if this was not enough, the table itself was placed under a huge fresh floral chandelier. Beautiful but….. the buzz that evening was the groom’s cake, a tribute to his beloved dog Tucker.
A special thanks to the always talented David Sixt Photography, Cakes by Cathy Young, Raemie Brigman with Cover That Up, and Debbie with Oak Hills Country Club.
Rebecca and Charlie exchanged “I Do’s” on November 24, 2012 at the Alamo Heights United Methodist Church. Aisles were decorated with hand tied extended bouquets of dripping cedar, seeded eucalyptus, rich magnolia, white hypericum berries, and silver brunia tied off with ivory satin ribbon. Vows were exchanged in between two large urn arrangements that were romantically lit with three oversized wax luminaries surrounded by ivory french tulips, ivory roses, and the lush greenery of cedar, magnolia and seeded eucalyptus.
After the ceremony, guest were treated to an enchanted evening reception that started right at the entry doors that were decorated with magnolia garland lightly lit with soft white lights, silver brunia, seeded eucalyptus and fresh cedar.
At the seated dinner tables boasted a collection of mercury glass votive candles, and large silver mercury glass arrangements filled with rich magnolia, cedar and seeded eucalyptus. Soft white peony, white hydrangea, white tulips and fragrant gardenia filled small mercury vases to add a soft romantic touch to the tables.
Megan and Cameron exchanged “I Do’s” in the chapel at Camp Lucy in front of a beautiful custom made arch. The entry of the chapel was flanked by two large topiaries, that were supported by a natural trunk and topped with large spheres of green hydrangea, white peonies, ivory and quicksand roses, white stock and white phalaenopsis orchids. The arch was decorated with the same lush flowers creating the perfect start to a perfect evening.
The reception was stunning from the ceiling down to the floor. To create the ultimate ambiance clear teardrop vases each with a candle hung from above intertwined with dripping greenery of wild smilax. The center tables held a wide lush hydrangea runner with mixed shades of green and white hydrangea. Beautiful fabric framed the dance floor with a floral chandelier that was sure to stun the bride and groom and guest alike.
Jackie and Courtney celebrated their wedding reception in the beautiful main ballroom at the Westin Riverwalk Hotel in Downtown San Antonio on May 26, 2012.
The bride carried Peonies, white Roses, White Tulips, a hint of Blue Hydrangea, with tucks of delicate Blue Muscari.
The beauty began even before you walked into the ballroom with a registry table that set the romantic tone for the reception. The table was adorned by a tall silver pedestal candelabra topped with lush florals that included white Peonies, white Roses, white Tulips and soft Blue Hydrangea as well as a fresh petal basket filled with white Rose petals and intertwined with Italian Ruscus.
When the ballroom doors opened the guests were treated to a lovely vision of flowers and candles, some that towered high above the tables atop clear glass vases, others lush and full with pillar candles rising up through the center.
Arrangements designed on floor candlesticks provided by Christ Episcopal Church make an eye popping statement at the front of the church. Flowers include ivory french tulips, white hydrangea, Queen Ann’s Lace, and white dendrobium orchids.
The bride carried a soft bouquet of white tulips, white mini callas, white lisianthus and seeded eucalyptus.
Flowers at the reception beautifully complimented the flowers at the ceremony by adding in soft buttercream gerberas and stock to the ivory tulips, and white hydrandea on both the bridal cake and reception tables.