When an engineer meets a welder, this couple had many personal design touches throughout their wedding as unique as they are. At the enchanting Bakery 105 in Wilmington, NC inside and outside, Nicole had a geometrical vision that her to be hubby fabricated into a wedding day dream. From gold, hanging geo shaped metal pendants, to a hexagon arbor, and a matching cake stand, the whole venue had their individual stamp.
Outside on the terrace courtyard, front and center, stood the wooden hexagon with a gold square inside, then silver triangle inside of it to compose the grand geometrical arbor. Adorned with three floral accents in white, blush and hot pink flowers, that were off set to keep in-tune with the over all design. Nicole's bridal bouquet was no exception to being just as bold. With lots and lots of mixed eucalyptus and hanging pepper berry gave it a flowing natural shape with garden roses, anemones, ranunculus, blackberry and brunia berries with a soft finishing touch of astilbe.
Over the dance floor hung the other main master work from Lawrence, a square board with geometrical design in the middle where the gold pendants looked as if they were suspended in air with greenery and flowers attached to the edge of each one. The couple danced the night away in their geometric wonderland with lush and low centerpieces on all of the guest tables with more gold geo terrarium candle holders. Wishing the couple many years of unique happiness!
Venue: Bakery 105
Photographer: Meagan Forbes
Planner: Shauna Loves Planning