Costal chic could not be more perfect to describe Cait and Georges special day. Our Wilmington's Wrightsville Manor lends its wide open neutral space to the show stopping pompous grass boxes, the structured but whimsical mantle, her natural style bouquets, all while the pompous grass cohesively made an appearance all around the venue. There is something a little extra about planning a wedding from as far as California, so when the big day arrives and the bride just loves everything and then some, it makes all the hard work so satisfying.
Her bridesmaids dresses where different hues of sea blue to blend that beachy but classic look together with their bouquets of all white blooms, traditional true blue, and seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus. Walking down the aisle there were eight white wooden boxes that were filled with hybrid delphinium, stock, snapdragons and of course the focal texture, pompous grass. The arrangements stood about waist height and gave the ceremony a soft, romantic atmosphere. Cait's bridal bouquet is something we are still swooning over! From her secret little succulent to the white garden roses, scabiosa, ranunculus, and pompous grass this bridal bouquet was light and airy, with the structure of the true blue eucalyptus, it was perfect from every angle.
Inside the reception adorned with greenery cascading from all of the chandeliers, which complimented the mantle with the same white blooms and pompous grass in an asymmetrical design that took center stage for the backdrop for the couples first dance as husband and wife. During Georges favorite song towards the end of the evening, there was a surprise gold streamer poppers that filled the room as the guest raved in excitement. Wishing the cutest couple many happy years together!
Venue: Wrightsville Manor
Photographer: Kate Supa
Wedding Planner: Bubbly Events