Julie and Bill’s Wedding: Harvey Designs, Event and Floral Design, Savannah Georgia

Julie’s lacy bouquet of purple sweet pea, wine colored tulips, green cymbidium orchids and purple calla lilies coordinates perfectly with the beautiful soft lace in the bodice of her wedding gown.

Bill’s boutonniere is a pairing of two purple mini calla lilies and green hypericum berries.

While keep the palette of the ceremony flowers more in line with the monochromatic white of the courtyard at The Mansion, Julie and Bill did add a little color in peach standard roses and green hydrangea as well as white sweet pea.

The beautiful, flowing chuppah was decorated with only clusters of white, ivory, and peach standard roses creating an understated, elegant centerpiece for the ceremony.

To offer variety of decor at the reception, Amy Harvey created centerpieces of glass vases of varying heights and sizes. Instead of filling them with flowers, Amy used them as holders for white pillar candles. Accompanying the grouping of candles were small vases of yellow roses, wine tulips, orange cymbidium orchids, purple sweet pea, heather and evergreen.

The large centerpieces were arrangements of purple and wine colored tulips, purple sweet pea, orange cymbidium orchids, white roses, green hydrangea with green hanging amaranthus and evergreen trailing down the sides of the vases. Each vase was partially filled with water and submerged purple mini calla lilies.

Harvey Designs congratulates Julie and Bill and wishes them a long and happy life together.

Ceremony and Reception: The Mansion on Forsyth Park

Wedding Coordinator: Katie Heubel

Photographer: Donna Von Bruening Photographers

Event and Floral Design: Harvey Designs

Wedding Cake: Savannah Custom Cakes

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