Here's one of my fall favorites. Colby and Justin were married at The Little Chapel at Emory with a reception at The Carlos Museum.
Colby's bouquet was a ivory collection of mums, garden roses, hypericum berries, ranunculus and variegated pittosporum foliage.
It was wrapped with a bit of lace from her mother's wedding gown. Her mom was a doll and handled most of the communication regarding the flowers.
Adorable flower girl photo on the steps of the big Glenn Memorial church.
Justin's boutonniere was a cluster of variegated pitt, white ranunculus, scabiosa pod, ivory hypericum berries and a rose hip wrapped with paprika ribbon. Note the snazzy tie!
Now here is where it's gets spicy! Colby's bridesmaids wore navy dresses with paprika shawls so their bouquets were truly vibrant! Peach and red garden roses, circus standard roses, orange dahlias, peach and red hypericum berries, rosehips and orange and red spray roses created a strong dose of color.
The sweet flower girl posy (a mixture of ivories, reds and oranges) was the link between Colby's soft ivory and the girls' vibrant colorful bouquets.
Colby is from South Carolina which means sweetgrass. Her mom provided a huge bagful, so we incoporated it in the aisle markers in the chapel.
The reception at The Carlos Museum was so elegant and beautiful. I love the sculptured architectural pieces adorning the walls and guests are allowed to wander the museum during the event.
A collection of tall and low designs centered the 60"rounds. Tall vases were filled with bittersweet vine and crabapples were everywhere!
Justin works for a spice company so naturally the wedding favors were a custom blend of spices created especially for them - "A Season of Love".
Sparklers sizzled at the end of the evening as Colby and Justin headed off to married life!
Ring shots can be so clever! All photos courtesy of Shawna Herring photography.
Here's a note from Colby's mom:
Thank you so much for everything!! It has been a joy to work with you and I'm so glad your creative artistry added color and beauty to all our wedding memories. With best wishes always, Angela"