While we have worked with Keith at Club Giraud for many years and many events, we knew this wedding needed to top them all! After all, it was for his very own daughter!
Heather and Joe celebrated their special day at the historic Club Giraud.
The elegant tone of the evening was evident as the guests arrived at the entry door decorated with an opulent wreath of open roses, hydrangea and lilies in the softest shades of white, ivory and blush (and that was only the beginning!)
Upon entering the Club, the sconces that lined the hallway were decorated with large flower badges made of white hydrangea, ivory and blush garden roses, white lilies and Italian ruscus.
The bride and groom at the outdoor ceremony were framed by two large and lush urns in the same color palette.
The aisle was lined with fresh rose petals and chairs were trimmed with nosegays of flowers in clear glass cones with groupings of candles completing her dreamy vision.
The bride carried a glamorous bouquet of white hydrangea, ivory garden roses, blush roses, gardenias and rhinestone embellished stephanotis and was finished off with her personal broaches to add that special sparkle.
The mothers carried delicate nosegays of ivory spray roses and rhinestone embellished stephanotis.
One of our favorite personal touches was the boutonniere for the Father of the Bride, a wine connoisseur, made with a wine cork and a fresh rose.
Moving from the ceremony to reception the guests were in awe of the stunning centerpieces and floral chandeliers. The guest tables held black vases with lush spheres of ivory and blush floral arrangements. Looking up was just as beautiful as looking around the room.
Leaving no stone unturned, the dancing continued in a room equally embellished with grand floral arrangements.
A fantastic cake by Cathy Young (is there anything from her that’s not?) was a masterpiece. Tucking in hydrangea and roses between the layers and adding tailored black bows made this great tasting cake beautiful to look at.
A gorgeous basket adorned with badges of flowers and filled with fresh petals was placed for guests to grab a handful of petals to celebrate the Bride’s and Groom’s sendoff. Petal baskets make for the prettiest pictures!
Congratulations Heather and Joe. Your day was gorgeous and we were honored to be a part of it!
We love gorgeous parties but this baptism takes the cake!! Jacey wanted something soft with a garden feel yet still sophisticated! The outdoor setting on this perfect sunny day was the perfect backdrop for the arrangements she chose.
Arrangements were placed in a collection of classic blue and white ceramic pottery.
The flowers included dahlias, tulips, hydrangea, garden roses, spray roses, ranunculus, silver brunia, wispy vines and seeded eucalyptus in tones of pinks, blush, peach and cream. The arrangements were very feminine but the contrast of the vase kept it sophisticated and unique just like Jacey wanted.
Tents were placed throughout the yard and patio that added to the party’s elegance.
Arrangements, both grand and petite, were placed on all of the outdoor tables as well as distributed inside of the home.
The lovely cake had a lush topper made of white hydrangea, pink and peach garden roses, blush ranunculus, pink tulips and seeded eucalyptus.
A Special shout out to Debbie Fisher with Luxe Decor for her beautiful linens, chairs and
tents and to Matthew Alvarado for supplying us with these gorgeous photos.
Congratulations to all of us for being featured in Style me Pretty for this amazing party.
Claire and Vigil were married at the beautiful Dominion Country Club on October 12th, 2014. The ceremony took place under a stunning chuppah covered in smilax, honeysuckle vine and badges of fuschia stock.
The bride carried a lush bouquet of white stock, vendela roses, white lisianthus with soft tendrils, white hydrangea and cream cymbidium orchids with fuschia throats. The bridesmaids carried very colorful bouquets of blue hydrangea, citron green fuji mums, green hypericum berries, fuschia stock and fushcia dendrobium orchids.
The flower girl looked very sweet in her floral halo made of ivy leaves, fuschia dendrobium orchids and green hypericum berries while carrying her basket trimmed to match.
The guest tables had three different styles of centerpieces that were mixed among them. The first was an oversized bubble bowl with winding pink mini callas, blue hydrangea, fuschia dendrobium and cymbidium orchids, and citron green fujis and hypericum berries.
The second arrangement was a tall cylinder with a single stem of fuschia cymbidium orchids. The pin spotting on this made it look magical.
The third centerpiece style was a show-stopping asymmetrical arrangement atop a tall clear glass vase. Blue hydrangea, fuschia dendrobium orchids, green dendrobium orchids, green fuji mums, green trick and pink mini callas.
All three arrangements looked fabulous together and were eye catching to the guests.
Congratulations Claire and Virgil, thank you for letting us be a part of your special day!
We are so excited to share these spectacular photographs of the wedding of Martha and Craig. We love when photographers send pictures to us so we can look back and enjoy the gorgeous day all over again!
The ceremony was framed by two large urns lush with hydrangea, lilies and of course beautiful giant white peonies.
Our beautiful bride had her heart set on peonies and lucky for her, she chose a perfect date in the middle of their season! Martha’s bouquet was elegantly made up with white peonies, while her classy bridesmaids carried bouquets of blush peonies.
The Normandy room console table featured this grand display of three fresh soft pink floral arrangements with mercury glass votives to complete the romantic feel. The floral arrangements contained hydrangea, roses, peonies, tulips and lilies.
The stunning centerpieces were in low mercury glass pedestal bowls designed very full and lush with the same beautiful soft pink flowers used throughout her wedding reception.
This already sweet cake was made even sweeter with a pop of pink peonies!
Congratulations Martha and Craig!! We are so happy for you two and thank you for letting us be a part of your special day!
When we first met Townsend and Maumus we instantly fell in love with them! Everyone can see how perfect they are for each other! We were so honored to be a part of their special day at the historic Argyle.
The ceremony took place on the beautiful lawn under an arch decorated with white hydrangea, peonies, calla lilies, larkspur, stock, asiatic lilies, snapdragons, ivory roses and white spray roses.
Our stunning bride carried a bouquet of white peonies, hydrangea, calla lilies, ivory roses and delicate white spray roses. Her bridesmaids looked lovely while walking down the aisle carrying simple but elegant presentation-style bouquets of blush dendrobium orchids.
Three precious flower girls stole the show in their beautiful dresses, adorable fresh floral halos and cute petal baskets trimmed with flowers to match.
This large, lush arrangement was the reception show-stopper! Designed with pink and blush toned hydrangea, lilies, peonies, calla lilies, and roses, this stunning display was completed with gently flickering candles in assorted mercury glass containers.
Townsend chose a classic but gorgeous cake by our favorite artist/baker Cathy Young (Cakes by Cathy). The touches of pink hydrangea in between the layers along with a fresh floral cake topper with complementing toss bouquet and a scattering of votives in mercury glass completed the Bride’s dreamy vision.
Congratulations Townsend and Maumus! Your day was beautiful and we were so happy to be a part of it!
A special thank you to Photographer Miranda Laine for capturing the day so perfectly and providing us with these incredible photographs.
For this gorgeous Sunday wedding our beautiful bride carried a bouquet of the first white peonies of the season, Vendela roses, cream tulips, white freesia, and white lisianthus.
The groom had a complimenting boutonniere made of white freesia.
The adorable flower girl carried something a little different down the aisle. We attached a nosegay of white freesia to a soft, plush teddy bear for her to carry and keep as a memento of the special day.
They celebrated their marriage at Temple Beth-El under a simple draped chuppah. We attached four lush badges of white hydrangea, white lisianthus, Vendela roses, white stock, white peonies, and draping Italian ruscus to each leg to frame out the bride and groom.
A magical atmosphere met you as you entered the ballroom. The guest tables had a mixture of tall and short arrangements made up of green hydrangea, purple freesia, purple tulips, purple Dendrobium orchids, purple lisianthus, lavender lilac, and wax flower. The arrangements were in our gold metal vases with a collection of mercury glass votives placed around the base.
The reception had very unique and stunning statement pieces provided by Raemie Jones with Cover That Up. Placed in the corners by the dance floor towering LED trees, lit with purple up-lighting to fit the beautiful color scheme, created a magical backdrop.
In the middle of the ballroom was an elegant cake created by Cathy Young (we know it had to be delicious!). A mounded cake topper with very small tucks of purple dendrobium orchids on each layer was finished of with a matching bouquet placed at the base that doubled as the bridal toss bouquet.
A special thanks to Celeste Wall, wedding planner extraordinaire, for including us in the plans for this stunning wedding. We loved working with her as well as Raemie Jones with Cover That Up! Her linens are always perfect and we especially loved her LED trees.
Photographer, Chantel Nasits provided us with these gorgeous photos. We hope to work with this class A group of ladies again real soon!
We finished our Valentine’s Week of love with a beautiful Romantic Gatsby theme wedding.
Ana Lee and David were married at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in San Antonio, Texas. The ceremony took place between full and lush arrangements of white hydrangea, ivory roses, white lilies, white china mums, and draping Italian ruscus.
Ana Lee carried a mounded bouquet of white hydrangea, white roses and white dendrobium orchid blossoms. Her heart was set on peonies that were not available in February so we gently tucked a few amazing silk peonies among all the fresh flowers.
The bridesmaids carried a simple but unique clutch of long stem dendrobium white orchids which added to the vintage flare of their dresses.
Ana Lee and David continued the celebration at the stunning Hill Country Hyatt Regency.
The head table in the center of the ballroom had a series of dramatic arrangements of all white dendrobium orchids in our large mercury glass vases. A collection of eclectic mercury glass containers filled with white hydrangea, mercury glass candlesticks and votives completed this stunning design.
The cake table with it’s gorgeous billowing skirt looked stunning in the large ballroom. The cake, surrounded by multiple votives and an elegant toss bouquet, was a beautiful sight.
Congratulations Ana Lee and David, what a magical night!
Photos Courtesy of David Sixt Photography