Navy, Pink, Green & Gorgeous Blooms at Kemper Lakes

Jamie and Chris had their wedding at Kemper Lakes Golf Club in Kildeer and it was just beautiful! Their colors were navy, magenta/hot pink and lime green with ivory and flowers included peonies, roses, orchids, hypericum berries, hydrangea, and hanging amaranthus.

For Jamie’s bouquet, she carried a hot pink bouquet of peonies with a chic ivory satin handle. The bridesmaids carried magenta rose bouquets with lime green hypericum berry accents and navy satin handles. The bouts and corsages were all made with roses, ranunculus and spray roses to match the bouquets.

For the ceremony, we did a scroll pattern of roses petals down the center aisle and hung hot pink cones of hydrangea from shepherd’s hooks lining the aisle. Our natural branch arch was decorated with simple floral bundles to set the stage for the vows. The venue’s beautiful lake and weeping willow trees did the rest of the work!

For the reception, Jamie and Chris selected navy linens and brown chiavari chairs–and it was the perfect base for our bright and bold floral arrangements. A true testament to how linens and chairs can really elevate the ambiance to the next level! I loved the contrast!!! The centerpieces we did in three styles: 5 tall pilsners with a bright mixed arrangement on top and submerged orchid and magenta LED uplight inside; 4 short full mixed arrangements; and 5 trios of cylinder vases with submerged orchids and floating candles inside.

We also did beautiful swooping flowers down the cake. It looked amazing! For the escort card table, we made an awesome manzanita tree with hydrangea balls and hanging amaranthus and votives with a floral base. We also provided vases for the bouquets and petals on the head table and one of our birdcage card holders for the gifts.

It all looked so fantastic and I am so happy for Jamie and Chris! Congrats you two!

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