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Heather & Joe | January 24th, 2015 | Club Giraud

February 27, 2015

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!



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