Sunday, June 20, 2010

Tyler & Sarah's Wedding!

This was one of those weddings were incredible details and planning come packaged up with an incredibly amazing family! They thought of everything, as you'll see, but managed to handle it all with coolness, calmness and most importantly, fun and happiness! Everything Sarah (and her mom Deb) chose was soft, romantic and very vintage.

Sarah's bridal bouquet of peonies, hydrangea, ranunculus, roses and lily of the valley. The lily of the valley was a little surprise from us to her-when it is in season here it is an absolute crime not to use it! Turns out that it was one of her grandma's favorite flowers, which was even more special as her bouquet included a locket (also a surprise from her mom) that had a photo of each of her grandmothers. (The details!)

The bridesmaids carried coordinating bouquets minus the blush tones. Those were saved for the blushing bride! The dresses were a beautiful olive-sage green tone.

For the centerpieces, Deb scoured thrift stores and rummage sales to come up with an eclectic collection of white ceramic serving pieces that we filled with coordinating arrangements accented with locally grown goatsbeard, hosta and lemon balm. These centerpieces were then sent home as gifts with special family and friends. The tags in the arrangements were held in place with vintage forks-a last minute but oh-so-charming detail!

The milk glass bowl next to the centerpiece served as the pedestal for individual cakes for each table. How cute! Unfortunately, I was there setting up before the cakes arrived, so you'll just have to use your imagination on this one...

The head table, complete with centerpiece, toss bouquet and silver pedestal with cake topper (just waiting for the cake!)

And the last detail/surprise of which I have no pictures (unfortunately!) was Bailey! Sarah is a huge animal lover and was surprised with her golden retriever Bailey serving as ring bearer! Complete with olive green satin bow around his neck to carry the rings! Bailey had to be hidden until he went down the aisle, so I didn't get a shot of him. But I think we can all imagine the cuteness...

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