So happy to be a part of Amy & Chet's wedding featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Monday, September 10, 2012
Amee & Travis got married at Elm Bank, which is the home of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, so you can imagine all the gorgeous gardens surrounding this wedding! Check out that wall of sunflowers behind the buffet table!
This Indian-American wedding was full of color and texture. Half of the tables were round with gold tablecloths and one large floral arrangement. The flowers included hydrangea, stock, freesia, lisianthus, orchids, snapdragons, iris, button poms, football mums and carnations.
The rest were long black rectangle tables with bright turquoise runners and multiple groupings of different sized floral arrangements. The bride and groom didn't want anything too perfectly round or linear, so we used a variety of flowers to give the arrangements depth.
I loved this lounge area just outside the tent!
And last but not least... the elephant! The bride and groom wanted to incorporate the elephant, as they are an important icon in of Indian culture, so they came up with this idea for the place card table!
Wedding Planner: Paula @ Marrero Events
I am determined to catch my blog up this week, and first up are Sharon and George! Sharon is actually my aunt, and I am always happy to be a part of friends and family members weddings :) Sharon and George got married on what I think may have been the hottest day of the summer, with a gorgeous outdoor ceremony at Andover Country Club. No flowers were needed for the ceremony, as the space was surrounded by blooming gardens and views of the golf course.
The bride's bouquet was made up of roses, calla lilies and stephanotis.
The bridesmaid bouquets were made up of roses, dahlias and calla lilies.
The reception centerpieces were made up of hydrangea, spray roses and gerbera daisies.