Yellow, green, and white are perfect for a refreshing color palette for a summer wedding. Stephanie made great use of them. And what would be better than using lots of yellow and white daisies fto make those colors come to life?
Stephanie's bouquet was a mix of lovely yellow and white Asian lilies combined with soft, white stock. Jay wore a white calla lily boutonniere.
The MoH's bouquet contained two colors of daisy mums plus button mums while the bridesmaids carried just white daisies and button mums. I made the groomsmen's bouts with button mums.
Daisies showed up again in a silk version for the flower girl pomander so that she could keep it and play "wedding" after the festivities were over.
Moms carried small daisy nosegays, too. The Dads' yellow daisy bouts matched!
Stephanie and her Mom did a wonderful job painting "greens" on ivy bowls for the cocktail hour.
We did a mix of high and low centerpiece styles for the tables. One way to get height without doing tall glass and an arrangement on the top, is to make topiaries from flowers with tall stems. In this case I used alstromeria, but there are other flowers that can be used. The base was filled with a variety of yellow and white flowers in moss pots.
Low centerpieces were done in glass squares with yellow acrylics in the bottom. I filled them with daisies, yellow sunflowers with green centers and hydrangea.
As is typical of my style, the flowers on the sweetheart table matched the other centerpieces in the room.
Congratulations to Stefanie and Jay. May your lives together always as happy as you were on your special day!