Bride bouquet featured garden roses, hydrangeas and malva.
Bridesmaid bouquet, on left, was smaller version of the brides.
Close up of brides bouquet, showing the huge garden roses. They were almost the size of peonies!
Corsages were wrist style, using rhinestone bracelets (can't see in this photo).
Boutonnieres used white garden rose with pale pink spray roses.
Ceremony site, with arch on the beach.
Arch held three large floral arrangements in shades of pink and cream. The arrangements were moved after the ceremony and placed on the head table as decoration.
Closer view of the flowers and arch. The brides family built the arch, so they can use it at their home after the wedding.
Kissing balls or pomanders hung from shepherd hooks. Rose petals lined the aisle.
After the ceremony and before the reception, the newlyweds took a horse drawn carriage ride.
How beautiful is this wedding cake? One of my favorites by far. Decorated with the same roses used in the brides bouquet.
The reception was held in the Pierside Room, over looking the ocean. Long banquet style tables were used, perfect for a smaller wedding.
Each table received two types of flower arrangements: long gold vases filled with carnations and taller square vases filled with hydrangeas, roses and sweet peas. Rose petals ran down the center of the table. Gold toned candle holders added a bit of height but guests could still see over them.
A gorgeous day for a gorgeous bride and grooms wedding. Wishing them the best as they start their lives as husband and wife!