The bridal bouquet. (made by Mel Day, Dogwood Tree Floral Design)
none of these designs was made by me. They are all either Mel's or Rhonda's. (I don't know why this is underlining!)
Half of the centerpieces were tall.....
and half were short. There were two weddings Saturday; the one pictured here was held at The Matthew's House in Cary, NC.
The bride and groom's chairs at the reception had their initials on the back, done in Kermit mums.
The arbor used for ceremonies is twined with beautiful mandevilla, but the spray of flowers looked right at home.
Called "The Wish Tree", this manzanita branch in a tall glass vase; festooned with crystal beads, was used to hold small cards on which each guest was supposed to write his or her wishes for the newly married couple.
A detail of the front-door wreath.
The flower girl baskets; holding rose petals. There were three flower girls in this wedding!
One of the bridesmaid's bouquets (nestled in colorful wax paper for delivery) that Mel made.
Mel added the flowers to the cake.
One of eight kissing balls that lined the aisle.