Taylor and Adam. (Harvey Designs, Event and Floral Design, Savannah Georgia.)

Vibrant yellow calla lilies, combined with brown fiddle head fern curls and loops of bear grass wrapped with ivory satin ribbon, made up the bouquets for Taylor’s six attendants.

The groomsmen wore boutonnieres of orange-yellow kangaroo paw wrapped with bear grass.

Adam’s boutonniere was the same orange-yellow kangaroo paw with the addition of an ivory calla lily. Taylor’s bouquet was a simple but striking combination of ivory calla lilies, yellow calla lilies and flame calla lilies, wrapped with an ivory satin ribbon.

Yellow calla lilies and kangaroo paw, tied with Cabernet ribbon to match the wedding party, marked the aisle.

Taylor and Adam chose the beautiful, historic Columbia square for their wedding ceremony. The elegant fountain and majestic oak trees require little decor to improve the space. The bride and groom tastefully added color to the space using yellow rose petals combined with a variety of candle lit lanterns without taking away from the natural beauty of the square.

Yellow asiatic lilies, along with craspedia (commonly known as billy balls or billy buttons), fiddle head ferns and kermit mums cascade down the side of the wedding cake.

Beside the breezy Savannah river at the Savannah Yacht Club, these hurricane vases, filled with yellow rose petals and a candle make perfect colorful outdoor decoration with no fear of having to relight candles throughout the reception.

Budgets can always be stretched a little further with creative thinking. Taylor reused her bridesmaid’s bouquets to dress up the cocktails tables.

Elegant and airy, the centerpieces for Taylor and Adam’s wedding were tall and willowy thanks to bear grass and curly willow. Green calla lilies, yellow calla lilies, and yellow asiatic lilies provide the color.

Photographer: Geoff L. Johnson

Flowers and Decor: Harvey Designs

Wedding Coordinator: Morgan Gallo

Ceremony: Columbia Square

Reception: Savannah Yacht Club

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