Romance overload! This past Friday, Lyndsey & Jordan got married and it was the most romantic evening ever. Lyndsey chose a color scheme of bright white, ivory, cream, and blush. Her floral choices paired perfectly against the guys' black tuxes and the girls' navy dresses. Ivory linens brightened up the reception and mercury glass (in both silver and gold) sparkled against countless candles.
Lyndsey's bouquet was humungous and filled with more than 50 stems of garden roses, dahlias, spray roses, stock, brunia, anemones, berries & succulents. It was wrapped in ivory ribbon and a pearl necklace (that belonged to the bride's grandmother) was wrapped around the bouquet stems.
Lyndsey's bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets made with similar floral selections.
Jordan wore a white ranunculus and succulent boutonniere. The bride and groom both had succulents tucked into their personal florals... a way to express their shared love for Arizona and their many trip there together.
The groomsmen each wore boutonnieres of white ranunculus and rosemary. The bride's brothers wore boutonnieres of ivory spray roses.
The clubhouse at Lighthouse Sound was transformed into into a romantic paradise and I am so happy that Lyndsey let me go wild with the floral arrangements. The mercury glass vessels looked so nice filled with the milky blooms.
Congratulations, Lyndsey & Jordan! I am so happy for you! Cheers to a lifetime filled with happiness and new memories!