Brookley & Chris’s Morgan MFG Wedding in July was simply stunning! We took a simple yet classic floral palette and through creative event design, developed a truly breathtaking and unique wedding. This might be one of our favorite all green and white floral palette weddings to date!
From the personal flowers to the triangular floral backdrop, everything was super fresh! Even the lush garlands, which ran the lengths of the rectangular tables, spilled out onto the floor in an enchanting way. The Garlands contained salal, ruscus, hydrangea, roses, and spray roses.
The bouquets featured a classic simple design of white peonies, white sweet pea, white roses & spray roses, and white lisianthus accented with rich italian ruscus greens & touches of gray-green eucalyptus. The texture from the eucalyptus berries created a nice juxtaposition from the fluffy & romantic blooms. On a side note: how handsome is Brookley & Chris’s pup?!? Love that photo of the three of them!
The stunning triangular ceremony backdrop was hung over an existing iron door at Morgan MFG and featured wild smilax, bay leaf, and italian ruscus foliages adorned with dripping white snapdragon and white delphinium blooms. I have to say that this ceremony piece was one of my favorite floral installations this year! The unique shape took this simple palette of five different ingredients to the next level! Simple can go a long way when done right!
For the reception, the industrial wood rectangular dining tables featured fresh & rich green garlands of salal with crisp white blooms of roses & spray roses interspersed. Cafe lights hung over the dance floor to created the perfect touch of whimsy. We wish Brookley and Chris a long and happy marriage!