May 31, 2010

We, The Three Divas, love Destination Weddings!

Start with a wonderful California couple in love, add the romantic dune covered beaches of North Carolina, and this equals the perfect potential for a wedding to fulfill all of their dreams!
When Veronica & Ty called us from the San Francisco Bay area and asked us to work with them on their wedding, we were thrilled!  Destination events are one of our favorite things to do!
We were able to assist them by staging their beach house, doing the event & floral design, creating their wedding cake, directing the rehearsal and wedding, and assisting the Bride and Groom during their rehearsal and reception parties, allowing them and their family to enjoy the parties and leave the details to us!
   And we also loved being able to photograph some of their candid moments.

    For their wedding weekend, we began with staging their beach home to accommodate their rehearsal and reception dinners and parties.

Next we created the rehearsal dinner design using linens in shades of aqua, with black metal lanterns, floral arrangements of hydrangeas in shades of blues & purples in mercury glass vases, a large arrangement of super green roses, wild pink roses, spider mums, seeded willow and curly willow, and a floor arrangement of various sea grasses. 



Next Rebekah prepares with the Bride to give direction for the rehearsal...

...and off to the beach!

And the Big Day arrives!
The Bridal Flowers were designed with Tulips, Roses, Lisianthis, Ranunculas, and Seeded Willow.

The Wedding Reception design was in the Bridal colors of Pink, Orange, Sage & Brown.  We designed the table-scapes with sage green linens, copper lanterns, gold chargers and floral arrangements of tulips & seeded willow and also arrangements of super-green roses, wax, pink sea grass, and seeded willow, in copper vases.

 Rebekah at the beach, Jennifer with the Bride on the boardwalk, and Deborah from the balcony all worked as a team to direct the wedding.

 We designated the wedding site with four shepherd hooks that held eight copper lanterns, decorated with a floral design of magnolia leaves, white spider mums, pink sea grass & curly willow.


The mothers and grandmothers carried small floral bouquets of hydrangeas, and orange callas and seeded willow.

 After the ceremony, the guests enjoyed appetizers by the pool.

 And while personal chef, Lori Eaton, of "Eaton at Home" put the finishing touches on her gourmet meal...
...Veronica and Ty came up to see the reception room and their wedding cake...

 ...with their special cake topper denoting their shared love of football.


...and at the end of the evening, the Bride & Groom invited us to join them as they danced and celebrated their New Beginning!!!



Intermediate Computers said...

Great table settings! How many people attended the wedding?

Anonymous said...

This is the bride. We had about 40 people. It was fabulous and the divas are amazing!