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Ana Lee and David | February 15, 2014 Immaculate Heart Of Mary | Hill Country Hyatt

April 23, 2014

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

One Comment leave one →
  1. April 28, 2014 4:03 am

    What a stunning wedding! Thanks for sharing. The vintage theme is fabulous…

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