| The Taylor Wedding @ The Jefferson City Park |
This cozy little summer wedding took place in locate park in this couples hometown, proving that you can make any venue a pretty wedding site. The brides bouquet was white hydrangea, pink wax flower, with vintage color mix pastel of roses in cream, lavender, blush, and mauve. These vintage roses were the entire basis for the theme of the flowers for the wedding so we used a mix of Ocean Song, Amnesia, Creme de la Creme, Porcelina, and Vendella roses. Fresh white hydrangea boutonnieres accented with pale pink wax flower, and the grooms had a blush pink sweetheart rose added to his to stand out of the crowd. The mothers corsages were are pretty mixture of white hydrangeas blush pink sweetheart roses and pale pink wax flowers on pearl keepsake bracelets. A temporary arbor was brought in and draped with burlap and a Iron Cross. The aisle was lined with simple glass water bottles filled with pale pink wax flowers for a fresh picked from the field look. Two small floral tie backs were used at the top up her arbor to hold the burlap in a swag drape fashion, and the base was flanked with two large matching arrangements that were later located to the reception buffet tables. Pretty mason jars filled white white stock and an assortment of her roses were place on all the reception tables in sets of threes with flavors of homemade apple butter in mason jars for the guests at stacked at each place setting under the enchanting edison string lights. She also uniquely had a desserts table in which her guest each brought a homemade dessert to share and recipe cards in addition to her rustic iced red velvet cake, which we added a full ring of hydrangea, roses and eucalyptus for decorations.