Mason Murer Gallery wedding


So excited to finally get these photos!!  Gallery weddings are always cool and this one was especially so.  Both Jane & Stephen are lively personalities and their wedding flair shines in these images.  A background of intriguing art pieces makes their wedding photos quite dramatic!

Ceremony decor consisted of clear glass cylinder vases with pillar candles down the aisle and large floral and vine adorned candelabra for the "altar".

Jane's bouquet was a collection of white hydrangea, white calla lilies, white ranunculus, peach garden roses, and white peonies.  Keeping the flowers in a muted tone let the vibrancy of the art in the gallery shine.

Stephen's boutonniere was a little bigger than I usually make but it suited him and the day perfectly.

Again, the paintings in the background of Jane and her girls - priceless.

(Look closely at the background above.)

Table decor consisted of three designs.  Zinc planters filled with hydrangea, roses, stock, ranunculus, jubilee crown leucodendron, dogwood branches draped with carolina jessamin vine and hanging candle globes.

A collection of blue glass vintage bottles added a subtle pop of color to the tables.

The final design was a pale blue glass vase filled with a lush collection of hydrangea, garden roses, ranunculus, jubilee crown leucodendron, and peach stock.

A canopy of carolina jessamin vine draped over a large vintage picture frame with dangling glass candle globes hangs over the estate table.

Simple yet dramatic.

And, of course, these photos are phenomenal due to the creative talents of Hollie Butler Lytle at Lytle foto.  Check her out.