Maria was a young beautiful bride with the sweet innocent look of a 70s child. Her style — natural, casual and relaxed– filled with daisies, herbs, grasses, mason jars and gingham ribbon.
She wanted her bridal bouquet to show its long natural stems. We created it out of anemones, daisies, stock, alstroemeria, spray roses and wax flower.
Her bridesmaids carried this sweet bouquet of tulips, cymbidium orchids, spray roses, buplureum, wax flower and lisianthus. Each girl wore a different dress in a medium yellow tone.
The couple was married at The Isle of Hope United Methodist Church here in Savannah. The guests were greeted by daisy arrangements on shepherd hooks and green moss initials on the doors. They arrived on a trolley.
We used a mixture of yellow viking daisies, white monte casino, green hypericum berries and green ivy here.
I loved her wild and natural pew markers created from millet, forsythia, dill, myrtle and wax flower.
Their reception was held in the Charles H. Morris Center, an newly renovated historic building located just blocks from our shop in downtown Savannah. Its bare brick walls and windows were the perfect backdrop for their event. Ashley and Kim with Events by Caroline did a fantastic job pulling Maria’s whole vision together. They used both round and square tables with natural linens. We created three different centerpieces. Cheerful sunflowers and daisies were used throughout. Thanks go out to Josh Goldman for some of these images.
Maria found these natural wooden boxes at a local craft store.