Sunday, March 1, 2009

Stephanie & Matt - Hollywood Glam at Columbia Station

Stephanie wanted to bring back the glamour of Old Hollywood for her wedding. She added so many great details, that I'm sure her guests felt transported back in time. Her bouquet was made up of light blue delphinium, white double lisianthus, and white tulips surrounded by feathers. Rhinestone sprays were spread throughout the flowers. Single crystals decorated her white satin stem wrap. I'm sure that her bouquet looked amazing with her mermaid style gown. Matt's lisianthus/delphinium bouquet matched Steph's flowers.

Bridesmaids, dressed in black cocktail dresses with a blue sash, carried rounded bouquets of white alstromeria and two shades of blue delphinium. Stems were wrapped in white ribbon secured with blue pins.

Stephanie and Matt sat at a sweetheart table decorated with candlelight. We floated a gorgeous gardenia in an old-fashioned cut crystal pedastal bowl so that they could enjoy its wonderful scent.

An inside ceremony was held at Columbia Station. We used two topiary arrangements on pedastals to mark the area where Stephanie and Matt said their vows. Beautiful silver and white bows, some with delphinium, lined the aisles.

We decorated the placecard table with a silver trumpet vase of white tulips and blue ting ting. The adorable placecards/favors are dressed up in formal wear in keeping with the glamour theme.

Martini glasses of blue acrylics and white fugi mums decorated each cocktail table. Columbia Station also displays a large ice sculpture of a railroad car. For this wedding it was decorated with blue acrylics and blue flowers. I wish I had taken a picture of it.

Tables were named after old movies. We used three different centerpieces. The first made up of mirror balls surrounded by feather boas in large martini glasses. The second was a mix of blue and white flowers and silver sparkle ting ting in small silver champagne buckets. The third were tall centerpieces of ostrich feathers, silver ting ting, and blue delphinium.

Last, but not least, we decorated the cake with pretty blue and white flowers. The top layer was crowned with a rhinestone trimmed monogram purchased by Stephanie.

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