Makayla had a vision for nontraditional ceremony décor; she wanted to tell her and Daniels love story through her wedding décor. With their love story being the central focus we created a backdrop for the ceremony of an oversized storybook.
This was then reused as a photo booth backdrop for her guests during the dinner reception.
Makayla was glowing when she first saw her vision come to life, the backdrop was highlighted with vintage string lights above the ceremony and cocktail reception.
The entire color pallet was soft and romantic with very soft blush pink and cream. Her bouquet was made of blush Peonies which complemented her blush dress. Her bridesmaids carried bouquets of Sahara Roses, Pink Rananculus and Secret Garden Roses.
The book itself was an imposing structure standing 8’ by 8’, with a custom printed opening page telling their love story. To complete her fairytale the inset photo of the book was a romantic castle.
Once the ceremony site was complete with a bed of pastel rose petals for the bride and groom to stand on during their nuptials, Steve from Michelle Lawson Photography used the book as a backdrop for her blush colored dress. The result was breathtaking.
The romantic fairytale mood continued with dinner and dancing around the fountain; soft pink lighting accented the existing Tivoli lights in the trees around the fountain and vintage string lights overhead completed the look. Her color pallet was soft and romantic with champagne blush linens, white chiavari chairs with white cushions and matching white napkins. We completed the table set with a low Grape Wood branch with romantic floral balls of White Hydrangea, Blush Roses, Brunia Berries, Lisianthus and spice scented Stock flowers. We added birch logs with candles to give a soft romantic glow to the table top.
The sweet ending of the event was accented with roses and the bridal party bouquets surrounding the base of the cake. Daniel and Makayla had an idea and we were so happy to be able to bring the nontraditional look of her wedding to life.
Photo’s captured by Steve from Michelle Lawson Photography