Lovely White, Green, and Cornflower Blue

I love that here in the South there are so many historic places where you can get married. This bride got married at Oakland Mansion in Murfreesboro. The grounds are spectacular, and they have a really nice kitchen and indoor reception area.

The bride carried a lovely hand-tied bouquet of ivory roses, green hydrangea, freesia and waxflower dyed blue. I used to use tweedia, but found that it is really tempermental and the quality varies widely. Bridesmaids carried a simple bouquet of green hydrangea, a really sweet bouquet in my opinion. The flower girl in this wedding carried a sweet kissing ball of green hydrangea accented with waxflower.
Groom's Boutonniere: green hydrangea with waxflower accent.
Mother's corsage: ivory spray roses, green hydrangea, waxflower and ribbon.
I love floral cake toppers. Too, too sweet!

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