Lindsey + Stafford’s June Wedding
- Church: Village Presbyterian
- Reception: The Little Theater
- Photography by: epagaFoto (Mary Beth)
- Band: Twice on Sunday
- Planner: Mckenzie Phillips Events
Two brides = twice as much beauty! We loved being part of such a beautiful wedding. Deep fall colors, bold greens and texture made for a unique and memorable look.
Bailey + Art’s rustic yet romantic + refined wedding was one of the most gorgeous visions we helped bring to life. A combination of a beautiful bride, groom and family with a rockstar vendor team, made for a flawless day and overall stunning look.
Megan + Matt’s beautiful ceremony and celebration was a true stunner to design! We loved working with the gorgeous bride to help her wedding vision come true. A classy mix of white blooms with greenery topped off with details of gold accents.
Photography by the talented Andrea Nigh Photography
The Vendor Team:
Ceremony: Village Presbyterian Church
Reception: The Brass on Baltimore
Wedding Planner: Abigail Sanders (A Wedding Come True)
Caterer: Olive Events
Band: Patrick Lentz Band
It was a rainy day for Molly + Marty’s Spring wedding, but that did not stop the beauty and celebration of these two! Molly + Marty were married at Queen of the Holy Rosary and the celebration continued on to the reception at Grand Street Cafe. We loved working with Molly and coming up with these unique + stunning floral designs.
Lydia + Brett’s Mid – March wedding was a beauty! We loved how the final floral design came to life! We used tons of greenery mixed with big + bold white flowers – starting in the bouquets and carrying on through the reception. We designed the reception at The Carriage Club with alternating tall branch, white + greenery pieces and low gold statement arrangements. Greenery draped the head table with a cascading waterfall of a variety of greenery.
Church: St. Johns United Methodist Church
Venue: The Carriage Club
Wedding Planner: McKenzie Phillip, MP Events
Band: Lost Wax
Hannah + John’s wedding really #stolleourhearts! We used tons of greenery to create an unique and refreshing look to fill the beautiful space at Indian Hills Country Club. Pantone named “Greenery” the color of 2017 – we are so thrilled to see what this year holds for one of our favorite looks. Congrats to the Stolles!
Photos by: Clayton Jenkins