Winter Whites

In February I did a really gorgeous winter wedding in white at Scarritt Bennett and Belle Meade Plantation. The whole event was coordinated wonderfully by Meredith Zeller of Bridal Blueprints. If you need a planner, go with her, she is amazing and her attention to detail really makes for a flawless event.

(And again, I do flowers, not photography. These are just my pictures, taken last-minute; I CAN'T WAIT to see the professional pics!)

The bridesmaid's bouquets. White hydrangea, Polo roses, white anemones with black centers, dendrobium orchids and accented with silvered seeded eucalyptus.
A close-up of a bridesmaid's bouquet.
The bride went with four separate centerpieces for the reception.
Here's the floral centerpiece. Similar in composition to the bridesmaid's bouquets.
Super fun ostrich feather centerpiece. The Bride's bouquet was cuffed with ostrich feathers. And I somehow didn't get a picture of her bouquet.
Tall white branches with crystal garland made up another centerpiece, and ties back to the altar display at the ceremony. The height of this was about four - five feet - really good for venues that have tall ceilings, like the Carriage House!
Don't have a picture of this one lit up, but one of the shorter centerpieces was a collection of cylinder vases with floating candles. The tallest cylinder was filled with dendrobium orchids (behind the table number).
Altar display at Scarritt Bennett. Once they turned the lights down, it was SO stunning.
A close-up of the branches with the crystal garlands.

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