Surrounded by scattered peach rose petals, hurricane vases filled with floating candles and floating rose petals line the aisle. Even though the light from the candles was not visible during the ceremony, later, during the reception, it added an inviting glow to the party.
Bright blue, monogrammed, raw silk cones filled with peach dahlias and blue hydrangea marked the chairs along the aisle.
The flower girl wore a simple halo of soft blue hydrangea accented with brown ribbons.
The groom wore a simple boutonniere of a single peach dahlia, but the complimentary contrast with the blue of his oh-so-southern seersucker suit and blue striped bow tie was perfect.
The bride’s bouquet was comprised mainly of a single flower type, white dahlias. Accents of blue from hydrangea and green from dahlia buds add soft color interest to the otherwise monochromatic palette.
Spacious banquet tables were dressed with beautiful blue and brown runners on which were placed mini centerpieces of all manner of things. Glass vases, both round and square, were filled with peach dahlias, blue hydrangea, fiddlehead ferns, grass, kumquats and papaya, just to name a few of the unique and tropical fare in the diminutive arrangements.
A tropical collection of kumquats and green cymbidium orchids is flanked by papaya and ti leaves; just one element of a long, diverse spread of centerpieces.
Already visually interesting, just a few peach dahlia blooms add a pop of contrasting color to this bride and groom’s whimsical cake.