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Kimberly and Michael | St. Anthony Hotel | San Antonio, TX

April 21, 2011

Kimberly and Michael

St. Anthony Hotel / San Antonio, TX

April 03, 2011

Bridesmaids carried a garden nosegay style bouquet of citron green hydrangea, green orchids, green roses, green hypericum, blue iris, purple lisianthus, fuchsia freesia and peacock feathers.

The 3 year old flower girl carried a miniature version of the Bridesmaids bouquet.

The Ceremony took place in the ballroom. We lined the aisle with clear glass vases and jumbo white hydrangea.

The Ceremony arrangement s were designed in large white urns atop matching pedestals. The flowers were designed around oversize wax luminaries and included ivory French tulips, white jumbo hydrangea, ivory roses, white stock and oriental lilies.

The Registry table was decorated with green wax luminaries and a petal basket filled with fresh petals. Flower badges were designed to compliment the wall sconces on either side of the entry door.

This gorgeous engagement photo was painted by the Groom! Amazing job Michael!

The table centerpieces for the reception had a clear glass pilsner with curly willow inside vase and a tall arrangement of green bells of Ireland, blue delphinium, citron green hydrangea, purple lisianthus, green cymbidium orchids, green roses, green goddess callas and peacock feathers.

The Brides cake sat atop a needle vine topper overlaid with clear glass. The cake itself was top with fresh flowers and peacock feathers. To make it even more memorable, the Brides mom was the baker!

Congratulations Kimberly and Michael!

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