| The Phillips Wedding @ Flint Hill |
Imagine a southern living traditional themed summer wedding with all the basic. A white southern mansion, with a pretty little gazebo, mint juleps and of course Sago Palms. This bold bride carried a crimson bouquet full of Freedom roses, Hypericum berries and just a few touches of butter yellow stock for added interest. Her main focus was on the traditional Sago Palm a South Carolina favorite. The entire bouquet was entirely ribbon wrapped in red satin with gold trim to match the ting ting curls. Her matron of honor carried a similar bouquet of Freedom roses, red Hypericum and Sago Palm also hand tied with crimson ribbon to pop in front of her midnight black gown. The bridesmaids all in black carried smaller nosegays of Freedom roses, red Hypericum berries and Sago Palm. The mother’s had wristlet corsages of red spray roses, butter yellow stock and red Hypericum berries. The boutonnieres were all red Freedom roses with Hypericum berries. The flower girl carried a basket filled with red petals and had a butter yellow stock floral halo to match. The gazebo altar had several large greenery sprays, with seasonal matching flowers and a single unity candle. The cake was a sunning 4 layer stacked column beauty with the same combination of Freedom roses, red Hypericum berries, touches of butter yellow stock and Sago Palm layered in between the layers.