I’m still invigorated by last weekend’s wedding. After we had all the decor set in place, I actually had time to walk around the site and just gush at the simple beauty of it all. Our couple, Meg and Shawn, longed for a laid back country feel with tons of mason jar candles, paisley fabric, and simple florals. I got to use buckets and buckets of pure white snowberries. They just spilled from the vases and were as plump as grapes. Love them so much!
I hope to share the professional pictures soon, but Joe was able to snap pics of a few details. By the way, he hung all those mason jars from the magnolia tree. It was his project, and he took it very seriously! Thank you Joe!
Sweet nosegays beckon guests to enter the historic property.
I really love this ceremony space at the Newland Barn, and the wild curly willow we used to highlight it.
The cocktail hour took place next to this amazing home. Green engraved goblets filled with flowers were perfect for the cocktail tables.
A last minute burst of inspiration- the old rickety tractor needed some sprucing up, so my assistant whipped up a bouquet for it. We at T-Petal are all about the last minute flourishes.
These centerpieces were full of textures layered atop of textures. Wax flower, cheerful yellow spray roses, sahara roses, apple green hydrangea, snowberries, and pale yellow stock. And the flowers were at the peak of freshness. Love my flower vendors!
There is SO much more to share- Courtney Toney from Joyful Weddings and Events whipped up countless details, from the paisley wrapped napkins to the ball jar candles to the darling lemonade station. She is one of the most creative gals in the biz, and is a treasured friend as well. We’ll be joining forces this weekend for Melissa and Bryan’s wedding!