Sometimes you get a bride who's vision is so spot on with your company that you just click instantly! Lisette emailed us looking for a florist to make her boho dreams come true. She wanted a wedding that was free-people meets southern, with soft colors, whimsical feathers, lots of texture, and endless dreamcatchers. We used leather, lace, and lots of greenery to create a space that was intimate, inviting, and special. We made her bouquet large and lush, with lots of eucalyptus, garden roses and air plants. The bridesmaids had king protea in each, with large bunches of eucalyptus and a touch of ivory.
After talking, we discovered our store carried her favorite gown, Winnie by Daughters of Simone! So not only did we do the flowers, we got to coordinate her day, and help her find her dream gown! She wanted a gown that was comfortable, had lots of lace, and fitted her overall vision. When she came to our shop, she only needed to try on a few gowns to see that Winnie was the one! And on the day of it fit her like a dream, and went perfectly with her flower and feather crown, long wavy hair, and golden makeup.
When you have a boho goddess wedding dress, you have to have some awesome bridesmaids. Lissette chose gowns from Show Me Your Mumu (We are obsessed with everything they have!) The girls wore soft blush, that were so effortlessly chic, especially in the breeze. We had SO much fun doing the flowers for this wedding! We love using king protea and eucalyptus, so having both together was a dream come true. We kept the bridesmaids bouquets textured and wild like the brides, with touches of soft ivory roses.
Her and her husband Alex live in Miami, but wanted to do a destination wedding here in Savannah! Her wedding took place at Roundhouse Railroad Museum. The ceremony was outside in a gorgeous open space, with a large brick wall as the backdrop. For the ceremony setup she wanted a backdrop that matched her overall theme. We created huge dream catchers (some as big as hula hoops!) to make one of a kind pieces that we hung from a birch arch. Their vows were handwritten, and so sweet! You could really feel the love they had for one another, and how special this moment was to them.
Her reception took place in the blacksmith shop, a huge building that has brick walls and old machines. We created a welcome table and escort card display out of a teepee, and handmade escort cards on dream catchers. To keep the theme consistent, the table numbers were mini dream catchers with leather and feathers, and the farm tables were decorated with lots of texture. The table runners were soft fabric, with gold bottles, brass candlesticks, and endless greenery, flowers, and candlelight. Instead of a traditional photo-booth, they had the Bohobooth, a super fun trailer turned photo-booth out of Atlanta! Guests always love the Boho-booth, with it's fun props, cool atmosphere, and endless pictures!
Event Coordination & Floral Design: Ivory & Beau // Photographer: Julia Cox of Darling Juliet // Videographer: Seth Dunlap of Ivory and Iron / Venue: The Georgia State Railroad Museum in Savannah, Georgia // Hair & Makeup: EyeDo Hair & Makeup // Invitations: Minted // Cake: KM Cake Design // Catering: J Thomas // Chairs, Napkins, & Specialty Linen: Beachview Event Rentals & Design // Glasses: Ranco South Event Rentals // Lighting: Eddie Kimmer // DJ: First City Events // Photobooth: Lytle Foto // Bride’s Dress: Daughters of Simone from Ivory & Beau // Shoes: Sam Edelman // Bridesmaid Dresses: Show Me Your Mumu // Groom’s Suit: Calvin Klein