Nothing blooms brighter then love at a garden wedding and this one was no different! Bits of greenery and white accents came together to make the most adorable day for this couple’s ever blossoming romance. Read on to see how their green and white garden wedding turned out!
A garden wedding just isn’t complete without some greenery, and it wasn’t only present in the decor! The couple completed their looks with floral touches: the groom’s boutonniere was made of white roses and leaves, and the brides bouquet looked like it could have been picked straight from a meadow! The vibrant green mixed with their clothes was a perfect accessory!
The bridesmaids wore dresses in mismatched shades of green and styles. We’re seeing less and less of the perfectly matched bridesmaid dresses, and this wedding followed trend.
And although the flower girls wore dresses in the same hue, their styles differed, too! And the little white flowers in their hair were such a cute touch!
Woodland Wedding Reception
Their garden wedding reception was the perfect mix of woodland, greenery and white accents. Trees were tied to the tent polls to help bring the outdoor in, and all the tables were dotted with centerpieces filled with vibrant green leaves and white flowers.
Some tables even had flowers under a cloche with lights, adding a Beauty and the Beast element to the reception.
The greenery even extended to the food! Leaves and white roses made for a great accent to this sweet and simple white cake.
Guests were given the option to take home a delicious edible favor by making their own s’mores! We love favors that double as activities!
Sealed With a Kiss…
The day, of course, ended with a beautiful kiss between the bride and groom as the sun set in the sky.
Photographer: Jeannine Marie Photography | Event Planner: Amy Davey | Caterer: Beautiful Day Catering | Groomsman Attire: Combatant Gentlemen | Etsy Designer: Muse Clothing | Event Venue: The Gardens of Castle Rock
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