Golden candlelight is the most romantic pairing to lush wedding florals in any setting. Candles of all shapes and sizes were one of the main decor components for Kelce and David's wedding that transformed the venue into a stunning and chic getaway for the evening.
The ever iconic Wrightsville Manor mantle enveloped in blush and white flowers with greenery galore cascading up the left side and trailing almost to the floor on the right was the focal of the room, with an added personal touch, art work that the groom painted himself as a gift to his lovely wife. Another anchor for the grand reception hall were four canopy style, tall centerpieces, situated on large gold candlestick vases in the middle of long wooden farm tables. Hydrangea, roses, snapdragons, stock and lisianthus help compose the unique design of these breath taking centerpieces.
Kelce's bridal bouquet was the other show stopper beside the bride her self in a floor length, perfect form fitting lace gown, and long lace cathedral veil to match. The feathery blush astilbe gave the movement and softness, while the ruffled roses and plush ranunculus nestled together in an oblong design, create yet another element to the lovely ambience of these two saying their I Do's!
Photographer: Pura Soul Wedding Photography
Venue: Wrightsville Manor
Planner: Knot Too Shabby Events