Katie and Andrew’s Wedding-Harvey Designs, Event and Floral Designer, Savannah Georgia

Instead of traditional corsages, the women Katie and Andrew chose to honor carried small tussie mussies of white calla lilies, seeded eucalyptus and bear grass, tied up with ivory satin ribbon.

Katie’s Bridesmaids carried pale bouquets of white hydrangeas and buttery yellow roses. Lemon-drop yellow freesias added a pop of brightness to the soft cluster of flowers.

A sleek bouquet of standard calla lilies coordinated beautifully with Katie’s elegant wedding gown.

Andrew wore a striking boutonniere of a bright yellow mini cymbidium orchid.

Chairs along the aisle were marked with vibrant posies of yellow cymbidium orchids and freesias, soft yellow roses, white hydrangea and bright green hypericum berries. Rich brown satin ribbons trailed gently from the markers.

The ceremony site was flanked with urns of potted plants. Traditional Savannah azaleas in white, along with yellow snapdragons and trailing ivy gave the stark marble courtyard a lush garden feel.

A shallow vase of water pearls serves as a base for floating candles intertwined with looped wire and yellow cymbidium orchids.

Tall vases serve as the container for diminutive arrangements of white cymbidium orchids, white hydrangea, white freesia and butter cream roses, suspended from the edge of the large container by looped wire. The bottom of the vase sparkles with water pearls.

Harvey Designs is honored to have been a part of Katie and Andrew’s special day. We wish them all the joy and success possible in their future together.

Ceremony and Reception: The Mansion on Forsyth Park

Photographer: Denise Gonsales

Floral Designer: Harvey Designs

Cake Designer: Cakes By Debbie

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