Emily & Brian are such a cute couple and I am so happy to see them together as newlyweds! Emily loves sunflowers. Their wedding took place at the Pocomoke Fire Hall and Community Center last weekend. The couple and their friends and family transformed the fire hall into a glittery and bright space for their ceremony and reception.
Emily's bridal bouquet was made using mini sunflowers, pink garden roses, roses, pink anemones, sword fern & white wax flower. Her bouquet was wrapped in white ribbon with twine and a sparkly brooch was added the to the stem wrap.
Emily's bridesmaids carried bouquets of 3 mini sunflowers and white wax flower wrapped in coral ribbon with rhinestone pins.
The toss bouquet was a smaller version of the bride's bouquet... except with extra ribbons and some lace wrapped around the stems.
The bride made a super cute chalkboard sign to welcome their guests to the venue. I created a garland of plums fern with roses to accent this piece.
A gallon-sized mason jar was filled with sunflowers and coral and pink flowers and placed upon the entry table where guests viewed the seating assignments and signed the couple's guestbook.
Small fishbowls held single sunflower heads that were floating on water and silver glitter. These simple arrangements were placed on cocktail tables.
The couple outfitted a white arbor with artificial ivy, tulle & twinkle lights. I added a few stems of sunflowers to the setup and sprinkled pink and coral rose petals around the ceremony space.
Inside of the reception room, white linens paired perfectly with glitter-covered floral arrangements and coral accents.
The sweetheart table featured a plumsosa and wax flower garland marked with a Mr. & Mrs. banner.
The centerpieces were so cute. Simple mason jars with bottoms covered in glitter were filled with sunflowers, pink peruvian lilies, pink and coral roses, wax flower, eucalyptus, carnations, dahlias & anemones. Pink rose petals were scattered on each table.
Congratulations, Emily & Brian! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness together...