To give guests something sweet to remember them by, this happy couple set out a delightful "Sweets & Treats" station, allowing guests to fill up a bag of candy for the road. Glass containers easily displays the candy and showcases the color.
The bride and groom fell in love with this venue as soon as they saw it. Since there was a greenhouse on site, they were free to use any trees and plants they wanted. Running lights up the walls and wrapping the trees turned the space into a winter wonderland.
Multiple layers of pinks and greens gives the bouquet a ethereal beauty. The bouquet features dahlias, Centaurea aspera, Celosia cristata, strawflower, eucalyptus, ranunculus, porcelain berries, roses, delphinium, scabiosa, peonies, pokeweed and chinaberry.
These soft pink knee-length bridesmaid dresses show off the boot the girls are wearing for a perfect match to the country style. The bride lifts her lace skirt to show her matching shoes. White hydrangea and baby's breath bridesmaid bouquets and the soft pink roses in the bride's flowers create a soft counter to their dresses.
Quilts pad the hay stacks lined in rows for seating at this outdoor wedding. The mix of blankets creates a cozy feel setting the stage for an inviting, southern style ceremony. A DIY chalkboard sign invites guests to choose a seat and eliminates the need for ushers. The sign is propped against a wood barrel with a white hydrangea flower display for a touch of decor.
Combining a vintage white vase, sweet lace handkerchief and wood barrel creates a beautiful country display for an outdoor wedding. The fresh flowers arrangement compliments the softness of the lace with white bulbs mixed with a touch of soft pink.