Mission Inn Ballroom

When asked to put together the floral for a VIP at Mission Inn, we stepped up to the challenge. There were very specific things she wanted, and other things she wanted us to be creative and make beautiful. This wedding was as fun as it was challenging. Pushing our limits and helping us become a bigger and better company.

Colors were kept simple using ivory with gold accents. The bride carried a bouquet of garden and standard roses. MOH carried the same but smaller. The 11 bridesmaids carried a variety of garden, standard and spray roses.

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The ceremony was kept simple due to the gorgeous backdrop of the lake and golf course. Ivory petals were scattered next to the chairs going down the aisle.

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Then to the reception, The Grand Ballroom. No vendor was left out from this one. From the stunning draping, dramatic lighting, gleaming dance floor, gorgeous linens, beautiful chairs, delicious cake, rocking DJ and let’s not forget the Amazing in house catering and staff! Our florals looked amazing because of the hard work by all the vendors working that night.

We created a combination of three different centerpieces for the tables, tall, medium and dramatic and low. The tall centerpieces were created using gold painted curly willow, white hydrangea and dendrodium orchids attached to each branch. The medium centerpieces, which still towered around 30″ tall, consisted of white hydrangea, garden, standard, and spray roses, white dendrodium orchids atop a reversible trumpet with gold glitter being lit by individual LED. The low centerpieces had one large centerpiece that was made of three repurposed bridesmaids bouquets, and 3 satellite rose centerpieces. All the tables were hit with a pin light from above and candlelight from the tabletops.

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Finally the sweetheart table for our lovely bride and groom. A gorgeous gold ruffled linen marked their spot with a large display of gold branches behind their seats, a smaller version of the medium centerpieces, and a vase for the bride’s bouquet. This was a table set for the king and his queen. Congratulations on your marriage Rahel and Kareem.

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Special thanks to Brian Adams Photography for use of the pictures.

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