Soft..romantic..charming.. are all things bride's envision their wedding day being, and as for Kelli and Blaze, it could not have been all more true. The whimsical, grand oak tree at Airlie Gardens made the perfect backdrop for the couple to exchange vows in front of their closest friends and family. Blush bridesmaids dresses, navy blue textile suits and white florals forge a picturesque vision for a wedding.
First looks have become a new tradition on the wedding day itinerary, and with the beautiful grounds at the garden our couple took full advantage at the iconic water fountain. Vine covered trellises and stone steps lead the way to a sweet, intimate, moment for our bride and groom before the hustle and bustle of the evening. Kelli's wine barrel arrangements flanked the aisle for a simple but elegant design, which complimented her bouquets that has an airy, natural style with all white garden roses, lisianthus, ranunculus and spray roses with greenery all through out.
The festivities then shifted to Wrightsville Manor for cocktails and a warm reception. Lush greenery with white and blush flowers spanning the entire mantle, greeted guests promptly as they entered the venue. The warm lighting from candles lining the tables made for a dreamy way to wind down a loved filled day. Seeing a bride love her florals as much as we love designing them always has a special place in our hearts.
Venue : Airlie Gardens & Wrightsville Manor
Photographer: Kate Supa
Planner: Bubbly Events