As we quickly approach the end of 2011, we thought it was a great idea to reflect on the many beautiful brides, vendors, venues and all in between that we have had the pleasure of working with. With each coming year, we get super excited about the possibilities of what is to come and who we will have the privilege of working with next.
Thank you to all you Beautiful Bella Brides for making our job so creative and fun! We look forward to rocking it out in 2012 and wish everyone a safe and Happy New Year!
With that said, heres a visual stroll down memory lane.
When we first met Kristen Scheble to talk about the vision for her wedding day, it all revolved around an image she had from a recent dream. Months later, that image came to fruition on a perfect April day as she wed Steve Flory and celebrated with 80 of their closest family and friends. Below are some of our favorite images from the day courtesy of Andrea Polito.
The ceremony was held in the backyard of a close friend that served as the perfect backdrop for the modern styled decor. The entry gates were laden with orchid blooms and garlands while a wispy display of phaelonopsis and dendrobium orchids fluttered in the background.
Kristen carried a gorgeous bouquet designed with Cattelya orchids, sweet peas and hints of delicate lily of the valley. Such a simple and stunning accent piece to her custom designed wedding dress.
Absolutely LOVE her ceremony program bound in a leather snake skin cover and accented with the prettiest letterpress and floral accents. Bell'Invito did such an awesome job!
The ceremony was short and sweet and the weather could not have been more perfect.
Guests then retreated to The Nasher Sculpture Gardens where a truly memorable fete awaited. Seating consisted of two long and lavish rectangular tables positioned under a starry display of stringer lights and crystal accented glass orbs that appeared to be floating magically overhead.
Floral consisted of varying mercury glass vases topped with voluminous hydrangeas, cascading phaeleonopsis orchids, Oh so SWEET lilac, blush toned cymbidiums and low lying masses of ivory dendrobiums.
Kristen and Steven then sat in the middle of the lavish head tables where a plethora of our favorite blooms were displayed. Peonies, lilac, Cattelya orchids, garden roses and hyacinth, yes please!
Bell'Invito did a beautiful job with the menu cards as well. Love the white ink on slate! So stylish.
Lauren with Fancy Cakes did an equally stunning job in using the wedding program as inspiration for the bridal cake.
Such a beautiful night! We could not have been more thrilled with the end results and are so happy to have met and worked with such an awesome couple. Congratulations Kristen and Steve.
Lindsay chose a classic color palette of soft ivory and khaki spruced up with hints of vivid fuchsia. I love that the gentlemen wore khaki suits in lieu of the standard black tuxes.
She carried a classic bouquet of ivory hydrangeas, creamy Vendela roses, fluttery white lisianthus and accents of sweet freesia. Bryan wore a boutonniere crafted from freesia as well for a coordinating look while the bridesmaids rocked bouquets made of neat textured celosia, ranunculus, hot pink garden roses and hints of light pink freesia. The hot colors contrasted beautifully against their champagne toned gowns.
The ceremony was short and sweet with a divine church serving as the backdrop. I love that she gave her little flower girl a tiny bouquet of fun color in lieu of a pomander orb.
Absolutely love these post ceremony shots with the bridal party in a ranch like setting and Lindsay's super stylish head piece.
The reception was decked with low lying centerpieces of hot pink hydrangeas, fuchsia garden roses, deep pink celosia, adorable baby spray roses and lovely sweet geranium all designed in mercury vessels and accented with crystal embedded votives. Lindsay chose to keep all the linens neutrally elegant and amped up her head table with a vivid pink linen for a truly stand out presentation. Pink accented the rest of the reception including her pristine and artistic cake and a back wash of fun lighting.
We absolutely loved working with Lindsay and she made The Most Beautiful Bride! We wish Lindsay and Bryan the very best as they begin their life together as husband and wife. Love this last shot that truly says it all. :)