I loved the way this wedding came out and had so many unique touches!
The Bride’s bouquet was made of stargazer lilies, pink tulips, white gerbera daisies, hot pink roses, and black feathers. It was wrapped in black satin and closed with rhinestone pins.
The pink roses were lightly tipped with black flower paint for a unique look to tie in the black wedding color into the Bride’s bouquet and centerpieces.
The toss bouquet had white gerbera daisies, pink tulips, and pink roses on a bed of white hydrangea, wrapped in black satin with rhinestones.
The toss bouquet was as a centerpiece for one of the quest tables at the reception.
Two different types of centerpieces were used on alternating tables.
Half of the tables had bubble bowls with pink tulips wrapped in the inside of the vase for a chic look.
The other half of the tables had smaller bubble bowls with round arrangements of stargazer lilies and pink roses with greenery.
Large asymmetrical arrangements were placed on tables defining an altar area where the couple said their vows.
Here is a closer look at the large arrangements.
I added stargazer lilies and roses to the top of the cake.
The Groom had a boutonniere made with a pink rose and greenery stem wrapped in black satin.
The wedding and reception were held at the Greens Country Club in Oklahoma City, OK. I loved how everything came together!
This is a relatively inexpensive way to pull off a beautiful wedding reception – perfect for spring!
This bride gathered random vases of various shapes and sizes. You can take these from your own personal collection or find them at garage sales and thrift stores.
I arranged the flowers loosely as to resemble wildflowers for a less formal look.
The Bride’s bouquet matched the reception flowers and was wrapped in twine – also used in other decorations with burlap throughout the wedding.
A similar look with blue bottles…
Yellow lilies and white larkspur were arranged in large mason jars to decorate the food and guestbook tables.
A look at the bridesmaid bouquets which were arranged as small clusters of wildflower-like flowers also wrapped in twine.
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