Photo booth - ha ha.
Wrought iron lanterns for the patio tables.
Whimiscal candle trees were wrapped in tree fern, sprinkled with blooms and nestled in a bed of sheet moss and more candelight.
Lindsay made the floating candle vases for some of the outside patio tables.
She handmade all the hairpieces for her bridesmaids.
A close-up of the bridal bouquet. Lindsay was quite happy with it!
Such a beautiful couple - Ben looks a little like Dave Matthews, no?
The reception was held at the Inman Park Trolley Barn and, of course, the wedding party was transported via trolley!
The handrails leading up to the chapel were lightly decorated with tree fern, colorful flower sprigs and butterflies. As you will see, butterflies were a very important part of the day!
All kinds of flowers were used to top the jack-o-lantern centerpieces. The pumpkins were carved by all their friends at the rehearsal dinner. Pincushion protea, seeded eucalyptus, sea thistle, kangaroo paw, spray roses, dahlias, waxflower, hocus pocus roses, scabiosa and celosia were some of the flowers used.
And I tucked in tiny skulls to add a bit of sinister-ness!
The mom's corsages were black magic roses.
Now, Christine and Phil were married in the traditional gown and tuxedo, but after the ceremony they transformed into Morticia and Gomez! Their guests attended in costume and I saw a 70's basketball player complete with knee-high socks and short shorts, a tennis player, a renaissance couple, some hawaiian tourists with zinc on their noses, and some guy in the traditional "bear/gorilla" suit. It was hilarious!