A Royal Fox Wedding in Purple and Green
Laura and Adam (and Mother of Bride Joanne) were a total joy to work with and the proof is in the pudding...their wedding was AMAZING! Their colors were purple and green with silver/gray and it came together perfectly at their reception venue Royal Fox Golf Club in St. Charles. Flowers included vanda orchids, callas, roses, lisianthus, hydrangea, dianthus, stock, spider mums, spray roses, dendrobiums, hypericum berries, Bells of Ireland, and statice. The bridesmaids bouquets were a mix of green and purple flowers while Laura's bouquet was all purple and white. So many people complimented the bouquet when I posted it on Facebook--one of the strongest reactions ever! Everyone loved it! The bouts and corsages and flower girl wand all tied back in with the bouquets in flower choice and color. For the church ceremony, we did programs, pew decor and altarpieces. The pew decors were reused for the cocktail area at the venue and the altarpieces were reused on the escort card and gift table. For the reception, we also made a wishing tree with wish cards for guests to fill out and tie to the tree, we did the escort cards and table numbers as well as 2 styles of centerpiece: a tall full mixed arrangement with silver branches on top of a pilsner vase and a short full mixed arrangement in a square vase. I also added flowers to the cake to match the rest of the decor. The linens and chiavari chairs really made the space look perfect! Such great choices to compliment our flowers--I cannot say enough about when linens, chairs and lighting can do for a reception space in achieving that "Wow-factor" every bride wants. Laura and Adam had it for sure at their wedding. I hope Laura and Adam have an awesome honeymoon and fabulous marriage! Congrats!
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