The ceremony was held in one-half of the ballroom at Prestonwood Country Club. The family seating markers were yellow callas, which figured prominently in the wedding.
The tables were lined up closely together, and were to be moved into the other half of the ballroom as soon as the ceremony concluded and the guests left for the cocktail hour. Half of them had black tablecloths and half had this swirly design. As in a recent wedding, the centerpieces here were three cylinder vases of differing heights; each holding a different flower:
dendrobium orchid sprays, calla lilies and white mountain lilies.
Alternate tables had tall vases of yellow calla lilies and ruscus.
A close-up of the yellow callas. So elegant!
I love the chandeliers in this venue. I can say "so elegant" here, too!
The bride's bouquet in another wedding. Blue and white hydrangea, with white roses and blue delphinium florets.
Her eleven bridesmaid's bouquets. I know Mel was very tired of them after making the fifth one!
Phaelenopsis orchids; also called "moth" orchids.
And lastly, this guy was not a guest at either wedding. He was in my garage when I left to go to work on Saturday morning. He was trapped in cobwebs at the base of the garage door. The stuff near his head was a pillbug and a balled up, dead spider. I swept him out of the garage; freeing him from the cobwebs, and he lay on the driveway, perfectly still for a few minutes. He was probably wondering what the heck just happened.