A bold fuchsia phalaenopsis orchid, subtly accented by a black feather, pops against the groom’s debonair tuxedo.
The bride carried a sumptuous bouquet of breathtaking peonies adorned with twigs of crystals.
The elegant scripted initials of the bride and groom, made from hot pink dendrobium orchids, hang from the corners of the covered outdoor seating area.
Cylinder vases with water pearls and stems of fuchsia phalaenopsis orchids mimic the modern simplicity of this seating area.
Silver trees are heavy with the blooms of lilies, peonies, roses, hydrangea and orchids. The branches are draped with sparkling crystals.
Around the base of the trees, every available space is filled with vases of roses and peonies and a variety of candle holders, including mercury glass and tall pedestal holders.
The overall effect of the lavish centerpieces, combined with the soft pink lighting and sophisticated ghost chairs, gives the ballroom at The Mansion On Forsyth Park a baroque elegance.
A variety of vases, some filled with water pearls and candles and some filled with orchids, transforms the fountain ledge at the Mansion into an opulent display providing delicate light for the courtyard.
The dramatic cake needs little floral embellishment, but the two cluster of peonies and roses with black feathers adds the perfect softness to the graphic stenciled pattern decorating the cake.
Ceremony: Forsyth Park
Reception: The Mansion On Forsyth Park
Event Designer: Steve Kemble
Cake Designer: Minette Rushing Custom Cakes
Floral Designer: Harvey Designs
Photographer: Scarlett Lillian Photography