Hamburg-Tummel Wedding-Event and Floral Design, Savannah, Ga.

Often brides come to us full of fear about using color in their flowers. What if they pick the wrong color, what if the colors clash…will the flowers match the dress?

Well, along came Lauren…she was not afraid of a little color, in fact, Lauren wasn’t afraid of a lot of color and had complete trust in Amy to make her wedding day flowers beautiful. In my opinion this is one of the most beautiful, colorful weddings we have had the pleasure of working on.

The bridesmaids bouquets were a vibrant mix of yellow freesia, pale purple roses, blue hydrangea and green cymbidium orchids, while Lauren’s bouquet was an elegant white bouquet of roses and pearl-pinned stephanotis.

The groom’s boutonniere of pearl-pinned stephanotis coordinated with Lauren’s white bouquet, while the groom’s men and male family members wore bright boutonnieres of yellow freesia and white hydrangea.

The ladies in the family were adorned with colorful corsages of roses, ranuculus and cymbidium orchids.

The highlight of the reception was the large centerpiece on the seating card table. A more monochromatic arrangement of pink roses, peonies and gerbera daisies perched atop a tall vase with a submerged stem of green cymbidium orchids. The tall stalks of pink cherry blossoms ensured that no guest would pass this table without picking up their card.

Ceremony Location: St Paul The Apostle Episcopal Church

Reception Location: The Mansion on Forsyth Park

Photographer: Amy Nieto Photography and Design

Cake Designer: Publix Bakery

Wedding Coordinator: Zoe Gallina

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