Caroline had a classic Midtown Memphis wedding this May with a ceremony at Idlewild Presbyterian Church and a reception at The University Club of Memphis.
Cake by Lee Sanders
I have exciting news! Kacie Cooper Floral Design will be participating in the Big Fake Wedding on March 3, 2016!!
The Big Fake Wedding℠ is a bridal show alternative complete with an emotional ceremony, a tasty dinner and a dance-party reception. “Wedding guests” are brides-and-grooms-to-be who get to truly experience the wedding vendors in action.
Mark your calendars for this super fun party!
We couldn’t have asked for better weather for Erin’s wedding at Lichterman Nature Center on 4/11/15!
Erin wasn’t super picky about which flowers I used for her bouquets, she sent me her pinterest page and let me work my magic.
Inside the dining room we filled classic silver Revere bowls with hydrangea, tulips, sweet peas and roses.
Wow! This barn wedding at Mallards Croft was amazing!
My team and I did the flowers, but the Bride’s Mom did ALL the designing, styling and hard work for this event. She raised the mandevillas and ferns, cut logs for the centerpieces and had the tents and chandeliers brought in!
The Bride, Ellie, carried a gathered bouquet of white hydrangeas, ruffled garden roses and white calla lilies. Her bridesmaids carried all white hydrangea.
The Groom and his Groomsmen are all avid duck hunters, so instead of flowers, we used duck feathers for the boutonnieres!
The outdoor ceremony took place in front of a HUGE rustic wood cross that we wrapped in grapevine and white dahlias. Pews were rented for seating.
The centerpiece of the reception area was a large cypress stump topped with hydrangea, bells of Ireland, dahlias and cattails. Overhead was a custom made iron chandelier. Mercury glass candle holders and vases and gold table cloths added a touch of elegance to the dinner tables.
Venue: Mallard’s Croft in Byhalia, MS
Pew rental: Affordable Party Rental
Chandeliers, draping, lighting and much more: The Bride’s family
This year I’ve had two brides use peacock feathers as accents in their weddings. Both weddings were as beautiful and unique as the brides!
Jacqueline asked for peacock feathers and lots of bling! She and Steele were married in June at Bellevue Baptist and had a reception at Stonebridge Golf Course.
Kristen wanted a softer, vintage look for her peacock wedding at Germantown Country Club in September.
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