Christina and Brian wanted a brightly colored, fun wedding at the gorgeous Cairnwood Mansion. Food was served at stations, which gave their guests the opportunity to walk around the gorgeous rooms and sit where they liked. Christina worked really hard to coordinate her ideas, her colors, and her details. I think Brian and she did a fabulous job.
Christina carried a mostly all white, short cascade bouquet that was placed on her family Bible. We added a touch of green hypericum berries and pale green pins in her stephanotis. Brian's white calla lily boutonniere matched perfectly.
Bridesmaids carried a bouquet of mixed flowers in yellow, green, bright pink, and orange. Groosmen wore boutonnieres of orange roses with green hypericum berries.
The ceremony was set up in the front of the mansion. We filled wire urns with moss and colorful mixed flowers that sat on pedastals. Brightly colored pomanders lined the aisle. And colorful rose petals were strewn along the path.
I filled the birdbath in the fountain with an array of brilliant flowers. I also floated mini sunflowers and "light up" water lilies in the pool.
Brightly colored hydrangea and fresh birch branches added a beautiful touch to the mantle in the Great Room.
Bouquets of solid colored flowers and soft satin ribbon decorated Cairnwood's beautiful staircase.
High and low centerpieces graced the tables in the Music Room
Tall centerpieces of hydrangea, sunflowers, and hanging orchids were placed on the tables in the Dining Room.
Tables in the Billiard Room had centerpieces of hydrangea and orange spray roses in pink glass squares.