Eileen's bouquet was made up of a grouping of mini white calla lilies, her favorite flower. Brad also wore one on his lapel.
Bridesmaids carried bouquets of green roses, blue delphinium and white tulips. Groomsmen wore matching boutonnieres of blue delphinium.
Since the flower girl's favorite color is pink, I added some bright pink elements to her bouquet of blue iris. I put a smaller version of the pink hearts on the tips of the fun curlyques.
I surrounded a lovely memorial candle, which the couple had made for Brad's father, with blue hydrangea. It was taken from the church to the reception to sit in a place of honor.
Glass vases were filled with Bells of Ireland, delphinium, and larkspur for the pedastals on the altar. White bows lined the aisle as well as the front doors of the church.
After the ceremony, the bridal party and guests moved to Columbia Station in Phoenixville for a fabulous reception. For the placecard table, I filled a large glass cylinder with blue and silver shred and "planted" a candelabra in it, upside down, that I had previously found. I then topped everything off with lots of blue hydrangea. And the bench was such a unique "guestbook" made by Eileen's mother! What a wonderful keepsake for guests to sign. Way to go Karen!
I filled glass squares with blue, clear, and green acrylics and added either a white, green or blue hydrangea to each of them. These sat on the cocktail tables.
Probably the most important flowers at the reception sat on the sweetheart table. This silver bowl has been in Eileen's family for generations and been a part of many of their weddings. I filled it with large white roses, some of which I sprinkled with silver glitter. I also placed a white rose at each of their seats.