Congrats to the happy couple Mr. and Mrs. Fiedler!
Pink, Green & Gold Elegance in Yorkville
Elizabeth and Arthur were married at St. Andrew the Apostle Church in Romeoville and celebrated their reception at Whitetail Ridge Golf Club in Yorkville. Their colors were light pink, light green and antique gold. Flowers included hydrangea, orchids, roses, spray roses, stock, lisianthus, larkspur, gladioli, and snapdragons. For the personal flowers, Liz carried a stunning mostly pink bouquet of peonies, roses, spray roses, dahlias, hydrangea and lisianthus with white cymbidium orchids. The bridesmaids carried mixed bouquets of lisianthus, hydrangea, roses, spray roses and mini cymbidium orchids and the Maid of Honor also had peonies in her bouquet. The bouts and corsages all consisted of orchids and spray roses. And the flower girls carried pink mini carnation pomanders. For the ceremony, we lined the aisle with silk peonies hung from green ribbon and also put down a monogrammed aisle runner. For the reception, we decorated the cupcake table with hydrangea on the top of the cake and around the base of the main cupcake stand. We put the hydrangea-rimmed card holder and entry way arrangement in the foyer and also put vases for the bouquets, petals and votives on the sweetheart table. The guest tables were decorated with two different styles of centerpiece including a grouping of 7 small cylinder vases with submerged light pink dendrobium orchids and floating candles on top and the other style was a full, mixed arrangement in a square vase. The mix included hydrangea, orchids and roses. It was a beautiful venue and the chiavari chairs and linens Liz and Art rented made it even more elegant!
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