An Outdoor Wedding in Monochromatic Purples
Crystal and Andy had both their wedding ceremony and reception at Seven Bridges Golf Club in Woodridge. Their colors were shades of purple with white accents. Flowers included dendrobium and vanda orchids, mini callas, sweet pea, roses, spray roses, hydrangea, statice, and lisianthus. The personal flowers included a stunning bouquet for Crystal that was all darker purples with some light purple and ivory accents. Flowers included Vanda orchids, eggplant and Picasso callas, lisianthus and roses. The bridesmaids carried mostly light purples with some darker purple accents and flowers consisted of dendrobium orchids, lavender roses, spray roses, lisianthus, and sweet pea. The handles were each wrapped in a different shade of purple satin. They were so beautiful! The mother of the groom wore a beautiful purple and white wrist corsage and the bouts were all made with orchids in purple and white colors. The ceremony took place outside on the lawn of the venue underneath the garden arch. We hung little floral bundles from shepherd's hooks and marked the aisle with petals to decorate the beautiful outdoor setting. The arch was also decorated with a mix of flowers in shades of purple. The reception decor included a monogram card holder vase and petals scattered around the escort card, gift, cake and head tables. The head table also had vases for the bouquets place on it and the guest tables featured a trio of cylinder vases, 2 with submerged orchids and floating candles, and one that was filled with the shepherd hook ceremony decor after the ceremony. I loved the way the monochromatic purples came together! Such beautiful textures! I wish Crystal and Andy a lifetime of happiness! Thank you for letting us be a part of your big day!
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