Category: Weddings and Events

Sarah Beth + Todd were wed last New Years Eve, and had a gorgeous winter wedding in black, white and red— with accents of silver for their New Year’s Eve Party afterparty. The celebration was hosted at the Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson– with the ceremony in the chapel and the dinner at Tulip Grove, and the afterparty was at the Embassy Suites Airport.

The entire soiree was planned beautifully by Mary Alice of A Delightful Day, photography by McCoy Made, and videography by Focal Point

The bride carried an epic red rose cascade bouquet that we created by hand– it was a real work of art! Her girls carried white rose nosegays.

The groom’s buttonhole featured red mokara and arachnis orchids with some brunia and a wire swirl detail. Love the bride’s attire!

Sarah Beth and her girls outside the chapel

This photo really shows off that Cascade!

The groomsmen’s buttonholes: white dendrobium, brunia, and a wire swirl

Down the aisle we had little nosegays of white babies breath, and on the narrow doors of the chapel we created these floral monogram “H”s’ for the couple’s new last name– and added black wire swirls for drama.

The bride escorted down the aisle :)

Married! In this photo you can see the red-rose enhanced candelabra

The reception featured three centerpieces: a white rose compote in a silver vessel, a red rose and ranunculus bouquet in a footed crystal vase, and tall centerpieces with babies’ breath puffballs.

Dulce desserts created a beautiful cake, which was surrounded by bridesmaids bouquets and petals.

The couple closed out the evening with a fun New Year’s Eve Party– complete with glittery vases with glitter dusted babies’ breath and silver wispy ting ting. We couldn’t be happier for this great couple!

Jennifer + Gene celebrated a BEAUTIFUL wedding at the Cathedral and at the Hutton Hotel. We worked with Mary Alice of A Delightful Day to create a truly amazing day full of gorgeous details. All images are courtesy of By Shea¬†Let’s start the post with this amazing gown– like, wow, right?:

The bride’s bouquet was composed of hydrangea, roses and spray roses, and gorgeous phalaneopsis roses, with a full wrap accented with the bride’s rosary

The lovely Jennifer!

The bridesmaids bouquets incorporated dendrobium orchid blossoms

Front Door Monograms in “D’s” for the Cathedral

Yay! They are married!

The cake was a focal point– suspended and hung at the entrance of the ballroom, and we hung orchids and crystals for drama from the base

The centerpieces were a mix of high and low pieces with hydrangea, roses, and orchids– with dangling crystals

Each centerpiece had hand-strung dendrobium blossoms down the sides of the vase. Amazing!

Lots and lots of candles set an ambiance that was nothing short of mega-romantic 

Congratulations to this happy couple, they danced the night away and had an amazing time!