I met Courtney and was instantly in love with her sweet disposition and her kind demeanor. She’s a vet, and I could just tell that she would make any pet feel at ease. She had a vision for a day that was classic, elegant, refined and lovely— but vintage-modern and just a little bit rustic. Her nuptials were planned for West End United Methodist and a reception at the Parthenon– such awesome, lovely venues! Her design ideas were influenced by her love of the following colors: deep charcoal, soft pinks, and blush– along with accents of cream and ivory:
We started out the design process with an inspiration board that evoked beautiful blush + branches, modern + refined:
For the personal flowers, we went with ruffly, romantic florals in blush, ivory, and soft pinks. Special thanks to the Collection for the gorgeous images. Let’s begin with Courtney, who wore a sweet birdcage veil accented with feathers:
Courtney and her groom: a beautiful pair:
Roses, spray roses, peonies and hydrangea formed the base of Courtney’s bouquet
The bouquet was hand-tied and accented with deep gray ribbon, bands of blush, and pearls
Soft pink hydrangea and roses were paired with ivory and cream roses for the bridesmaids to carry:
Courtney was escorted down the aisle by her dad– love the jacket in lace, perfect for a proper church wedding!
I love the idea of this image– married husband and wife, off to their reception at the Parthenon– a post I look forward to sharing with you!