Saturday, July 22, 2017

Bobbie and Shane

After planning for nearly a year, we were so excited to finally bring together all the fun details of Bobbie and Shane's wedding! Ever on trend, Bobbie's colors were blush, gold, ivory, and lots of greenery. We went for a slightly rustic, heavily floral look, which was stunningly gorgeous in person.

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography
We provided all the decor, flowers, and day-of-coordinating for this wedding so we had a big job on our hands, but we loved every minute because we were working for such a wonderful couple. I've been to a lot of weddings and I don't usually cry, but this one hit me in the feels several times. There's nothing quite as beautiful as watching two people, so in love, promising to give each other all of their tomorrows.

The ceremony and reception were held at the Executive Hills Polo Club, near the KCI airport. Sadly, the week of the wedding brought massive amounts of rain to the area, so we were forced to have the ceremony under a tent, rather than the sunshine we had been hoping for. Despite this, the ceremony was wonderful and everyone's eyes were on the gorgeous bride.

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography 

We built a square arbor-like structure, about 9 ft tall and 12 feet wide. We gathered the curtains together in front and tied them with huge floral arrangements of roses and greenery and left the back curtains hanging down.

The aisle was lined with pale pink rose petals and the pews were decorated with champagne organza ties and roses.

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography 

The bridal bouquets were made of white hydrangea, pink peonies, and white, ivory, and pink roses and tied with twine.

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography
Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography
Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography

On the front porch, guests were welcomed by a custom-made sign accented by roses and greenery. Just inside the front door, we had a small table with favors of small seed packets, which the guests loved.
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The reception was held inside the ballroom.

We decorated the head table with a long, very full garland and roses.

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We had three different types of centerpieces on the guest tables. The first was a wreath of flowers around a mason jar with floating candle, sitting atop a wooden disk.

The second centerpiece was an arrangement of flowers inside a variety of wooden boxes.

The third centerpiece used candelabras provided by the venue and topped with a floral arrangement.

The cake was gorgeous (and delicious!) and provided by Nadler's Catering. We decorated the mantle with a small garland of greenery and accented the space with pictures and the couple, flowers, and signs.

There was a large wrap-around porch/patio that led down to the bar, so we decorated with various settings and decor "stations".

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography

An outdoor bar provided water, lemonade, and sweet tea. 

The inside bar was in a small room, so we added a few touches to decorate the space appropriately, including a large vinyl sign on the mirror, mantle-piece decorations, the bar menu chalkboard.

At the end of the night, we sent the bride and groom out down a line of sparklers to their get-a-way ride, a helicopter! Best exit ever! :)

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography
Thanks Bobbie and Shane for the opportunity to contribute to your amazing day!

Photo credit: Brittyn Fuller Photography

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Christina and Jonathan

On April 1st, we decorated a wedding that was definitely not an April Fool's Day joke. It was a gorgeous outdoor affair for Christina and Jonathan, with lots of white and blue flowers. The ceremony was held at Shawnee Mission Park and the weather miraculously stayed dry and was warm enough to provide a great atmosphere for the wedding.

The ceremony took place on the wide patio of one of the more private shelters. We brought in a black wrought iron arch and decorated it with blue satin and flowers.

We used blue mason jars with white stock to create lovely pathway markers on the path from the parking lot to the ceremony site.

The flowers were so gorgeous in their simplicity. The bridal bouquet was made of dark blue delphinium and white/ivory roses, wrapped in white lace. I couldn't choose which picture I liked best, so I included all of them. :)

The bridesmaid bouquets were made of white stock and blue delphinium wrapped in white lace.

This is one of the corsages made for the mothers of the bride and groom.

The reception was held at the 180 room in Olathe. We used the blue mason jars and put white roses and white stock to accent the lanterns provided by the venue.

It was an honor to work with Christina and Jonathan on their special day! Thanks so much for the opportunity to work with you!

Kerri and Danny

In January, we were able to create a lovely winter-esque wedding in blue, white, black, with silver accents, held at The Pavilion Event Space for Kerri and Danny.

For the ceremony, we brought in our pipe and drape backdrop with white curtains and lights and white satin and navy blue draping across the top and sides. On either side of the backdrop we brought in white pillars with large white and blue flower arrangements.

The tables looks classy with black tablecloths with white satin chair ties, table runner, and napkins. The centerpieces were created using 3 vases of different heights with white roses and blue delphinium inside. 3 blue votive candle holders sat around the outside, all on top of large mirrors.

The head table featured a lovely projected monogram with names and wedding date with LED trees on either side. 

The cake and toss bouquet:

The bridal bouquet was made of all white flowers including garden roses, hydrangea, and calla lilies as well as a few silver accents. 

The bridesmaid bouquets were made with white gerbera daisies and blue delphinium. 

Thanks so much for letting us help create your beautiful day!!