Saturday, April 18th marked my first beach wedding of 2015. The weather was perfect and family members and friends stood along the shoreline to bare witness to Erin & Stan tie the knot. It was pretty amazing! The ceremony was short, sweet, to-the-point, and filled with love and happiness. I'm fairly certain that Erin didn't stop smiling from the moment she saw Stan at the end of the aisle until the end of the night... or maybe even the next morning!
The bride carried a rounded bouquet of all white blooms. A mixture of hydrangea, calla lilies, roses, and baby's breath made for a very 'classic' appearance.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of blue and purple hydrangea, blue delphinium & purple anemones.
The groom wore a boutonniere of fresh white freesia.
The best men boutonnieres matched the grooms... except with a splash of purple freesia!
The mother of the bride and mother of the groom wore wrist corsages of white spray roses and blue delphiniums.
The fathers wore boutonnieres of white spray roses and white ranunculus.
The bride's toss bouquet was placed on the cake table. How cute is that groom's cake?? Serious Raven's fans!
Each table was marked with a centerpiece of white, blue or purple hydrangea paired with other white, blue and purple blooms. Each bouquet of flowers were hand-tied with royal blue ribbon, white stones were placed in the bottom of each cylindrical vase, and the bouquet was fit into the vase. This technique added a little more interest and spunk to each centerpiece.
A few tables had gorgeous white lanterns lined with white stone that matched the stone in the bottom of the glass vase centerpieces. Blue delphinium heads were sprinkled in each lantern above a mat of greenery.
Congratulations, Erin & Stan! It was a pleasure working with you while planning your wedding and seeing your visions transform into reality. I can't wait to see what the future has in store for you both!