Bringing Spring Inside: Harvey Designs, Floral and Event Design, Savannah, Georgia

Often, it is most practical to plan an indoor reception. An indoor reception not only takes the worry out of having to develop a rain plan, but it takes away the worry of the evening being too warm, too buggy, too muggy, especially in beautiful Savannah. What makes an indoor reception even more beautiful, however, is when your event designer can successfully bring the garden to your reception.

Courtesy of Donna Von Bruening Photographers

This sweet topiary, constructed from rosemary and adorned with limes is the perfect cocktail arrangement for a garden wedding. The purple hydrangea around the base of the topiary is an elegant use of color.

Courtesy of Geoff L. Johnson Photography

A garden theme does not always imply pastel colors. This vivid bouquet of tulips, hyacinth and hydrangea delivers all the beauty of the garden in a burst of hot pink.

Courtesy of Donna Von Bruening Photographers

The drama of this decor comes from the height of the curly willow and calla lilies atop the already tall trumpet vase. The peonies and hydrangeas bring the garden into The Mansion’s ballroom, while the white dendrobium orchids give the piece sophistication.

Courtesy of Donna Von Bruening Photographers

The curly willow along with the lacy blue hydrangea, roses and tall bells of Ireland, give this arrangement a wild garden feel accentuated by the moss covered container.The clean crisp ivory satin ribbon adds structure to this whimsical centerpiece.

Courtesy of Amy Nieto Photography

This centerpiece showcases all the beauty of the garden without fighting with the unique and colorful artwork of The Mansion. A tall clear trumpet vase filled with green cymbidium orchids serves as the base for a lavish arrangement of pink peonies, pink gerbera daisies, yellow freesias and more green cymbidium orchids. The crowning glory of this arrangement is the flowering branches, the epitome of a spring garden.

Courtesy of Keit Do Photography

A reception site as dignified at The Telfair Museum of Art does not require much decor. It does, however, require decor that is worthy of being a museum of art. This simple centerpiece of white hydrangea, ivy and beautiful belles of Ireland arranged in a garden urn certainly brings the outdoors in with great elegance. The height of the bells of Ireland, accentuated by the moss parcel give the decor a regal feel fit for the Telfair.

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