Monday, November 28, 2011

Nathalie & Mark

What a delightful palette the bride choose for her late Nov romantic wedding.  Gone are the reds, oranges and yellows of fall and the Christmas greenery has not yet arrived.  Succulents, scabiosa pods, star of bethlehem, brunia silver, roses and seeded eucalyptus made up the bouquets.

In place of the 'typical' pedstals topped with floral arrangements for the ceremony, the bride opted for a large hanging wreath to be the backdrop for their nuptuals.  The wreath then became the backdrop for the head table once the venue was turned around for the reception.  Both the ceremony and reception took place at Inn On The Twenty in Jordan Village. The wreath was framed by the floor to ceiling/wall to wall windows which gave the guests a view of the Twenty Mile Creek.

Hanging arrangements on shepherd hooks lined the ceremony aisle which then became the table centerpieces.