For the centerpieces, antique milk glass containers were filled with the flowers of the day...green hydrangea, ivory roses, white peonies, green hypericum berries, and ranunculus. The setting of the wedding was a friend's beautiful home in historic Belle Meade. A beautiful day, location, and bride!
The bridal bouquet was filled with green hydrangea, white peonies, ranunculus, and lily of the valley. The bride wanted to stick to a simple color palette...green, white, and ivory. It was beautiful and elegant!
Bridesmaid bouquet's complimented the bridal bouquet with hydrangea, peonies, and hypericum berries. You can't see it in this picture, but the stems were wrapped in the same green and white striped ribbon as the groom's boutonniere.
The boutonniere's were simple and masculine. Green hypericum berries for the groomsmen and white ranunculus for the groom. I added a green and white striped ribbon to the groom's boutonniere for an added detail.
The cake was made by a friend of the bride, and it was simply beautiful. I wanted to add simple accents, so I placed a few peonies and roses on top, then scattered smaller roses and ranunculus on the layers.
**pictures by friend and photographer, Drew Raines. Thanks, Drew!!