Luxmore Grande Estate- Jewel Toned Romance

Katie and Austin’s was nothing but a show stopper at the Luxmore Grande Estate 2/4/17. We simply adored being a part of this loving couples special day. The contrasting shades of white and red hues made an unforgettable vision their guests will not soon forget. We loved working with all the different textures of greenery, succulents, cabbage, twine, wood, and sleek metal. Her bouquet was designed with contrasting colors to make the jewel toned floral pop! We created enchanting centerpieces with hanging globes on a whimsical tree. It was a gorgeous day filled with a ton of love.  We were just tickled to be working with these amazing vendors! Can’t wait till our next Luxmore Grande Estate wedding!

 

Photographer: JP Pratt 

Florist: Bluegrass Chic

Planner: Lora Ritzie Wardman

Venue: Luxmore Grand Estate

 

 

Peachtree House- Vintage Elegance

Some vendors might think working with a couple that lives across the pond is a difficult task, but we embrace it! This lovely couple came to us all the way from England and gave us a little over two months to get their vision from paper to wedding day. But here at Bluegrass Chic, we love a challenge!

We came up with a design plan based on the brides inspiration and gave it life with just one simple request from the groom: to use proteas from his native country, South Africa. Using the proteas, the brides bouquet was very unique with various textures and colors. The bridesmaids took a more classic look using creams, blush, and greens.

Peachtree house is a gorgeous property with a sea of ferns and rose bushes so it does not need much help to be event ready. For a few last minute touches we added a rustic floral piece to the arch, that had hanging amaranthus and greens and a spray of silver dollar eucalyptus on the guest book table that was a tribute to the couples many travels. The bride and groom’s unique style was on full display at this very romantic and  vintage wedding!

Floral: Bluegrass Chic

Photography: Jordan Weiland Photography

Venue: Peachtree House

Planner: Lora Ritzie Wardman

 

Mission Inn-Turquoise Romance

When you can feel the love between your bride and groom, it truly makes our job easy! For this gorgeous turquoise wedding, the groom made sure every single detail was done correctly. He was very meticulous, because his bride was finishing up school and he took the reins on the wedding so she didn’t have to worry about a thing. To start, we created the wonderfully fragrant brides bouquet with o’hara garden roses, freesia, and ranunculus and to add texture we added brunia and seeded eucalyptus.We carried that flower selection through to her brides maids bouquets and on our birch wood arch design.

The reception was glowing from wall to wall! For the centerpieces, we filled tall cylinders with twinkle lights so when the lights we dim the room would sparkle. The floral arrangements on top were created with white hydrangea, freesia, and blush roses. We covered the fireplace with candles and lights. However, the room wouldn’t have looked the same without those gorgeous turquoise linens from Over the top!

Floral: Bluegrass Chic

Photographer: Live Happy Studio

Venue: Mission Inn- Plaza De La Fontana

Rentals: Over the top & A-Chair-Affair

Cake: Le Petite Sweet

 

 

 

Trinity Lutheran & Dubsdread Golf Course-Classic & Romantic Wedding

Everything about this wedding came together beautifully. The lovely couple had their ceremony in the Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown Orlando. The bride walked down the aisle with a classic white and greens bouquet made with white tibet roses, stock, ranunculus, football mums, majolika spray roses, and silver dollar eucalyptus. The groom, waited for his bride while wearing a boutonniere made of white majolika spray roses, ruscus, and eucalyptus.

The reception was held at the charming, Dubsdread Golf Course with accents of gold, white, greens, and romantic twinkling lights and candles. The head table was set with a garland made of ruscus, eucalyptus, white tibet roses, white hydrangea, babies breath, and white majolika spray roses. For the guest tables we used white hydrangea, white tibet roses, white majolika spray roses, stock, babies breath, silver dollar eucalyptus, and ruscus in gold wooden footed bowls. The finishing touch were the ‘bride and groom’ chair ties!

 

Photography: Captured by Elle

Planning: Anna Christine Events

DJ and Lighting: Orlando DJ and Lighting

Floral: Bluegrass Chic