Posts Tagged ‘Savannah Yacht Club’

Custom Wedding Flowers Georgia: Casey & Nick

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Thanks to Jade + Matthew Take Pictures for sharing these beautiful photos with us! Casey and Nick had a lovely wedding ceremony at Whitefield Chapel at the Bethesda Home for Boys, followed by a reception at the Savannah Yacht Club. Mollie Stone made the lovely cake and Tricia Windham coordinated the event. We just love these charming spring florals!


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The Savannah Wedding of Julia Ragen and Andrew Barrett

Friday, July 16th, 2010

This is the second time I’ve had the pleasure of designing wedding flowers for one of the Ragen girls.  This local family is truly a joy to work with!  Now I’m ready for daughter #3!!

Photographers, Chia and Hon, did a fantastic job capturing this special day.  Thanks for sharing your beautiful images with us!!


Julia carried a beautiful bouquet of cream ‘Vendela’ roses with hints of soft pink spray roses.


Isn’t her niece precious?  This halo of soft pink spray roses couldn’t not have looked more perfect.


Her bridesmaids carried round fluffy bouquets of purple lisianthus.

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Hi Ashley!


Julia and Andrew were married in the heart of downtown Savannah at Independent Presbyterian Church.


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This large altar piece was designed onsite in IPC’s gorgeous stand.  We used a mixture of hydrangea, roses, stock, lilies, snapdragons, bells of ireland, ivy, curly willow and hanging green amaranthus.


The reception took place at The Savannah Yacht Club.  This glowing shot was taken from its river front lawn behind the club.


I loved the style of their reception flowers.  I call it ‘Garden Flair’.  They had a tremendous garden-like feel, but with the fresh modern flair of tropical flowers and foliage.  This buffet piece incorporates lilies, bell of ireland, hanging green amaranthus, monstera leaves, italian ruscus and curly willow with cymbidium orchids soaring up high.


Julia’s mother, Emmy, found these great ceramic bowls for our centerpieces.  The Garden Flair was achieved using lilies, bells of ireland, dendrobium orchids, tulip anthuriums and roses.


I love the hanging amaranthus on this cake!!