Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Wedding Sneak Peek! Dawn and Gavin!

It's a given we love weddings, but weddings that are unique and filled with details that are personal to the couple, we love them even more!

The January wedding of Dawn and Gavin at The House of Blues in Orlando, FL was such a fun and detailed wedding - the venue itself was such a unique twist on a traditional wedding location.

Dawn and Gavin embraced the venue and incorporated it throughout their entire wedding. From custom save the date posters inspired music concert posters to their ceremony programs that hung from lanyards inspired by back stage passes.

The venue itself was a myriad full of bright and beautiful colors. As a result, we made sure to bring that in through the floral. We used a combination of hot pink, bright orange, yellow and chartreuse greens, including gerber a daisies, alstromeria, billy balls, etc. The one request was to create some impact throughout the venue and to give them more bang for their buck, we created floral spheres on glass elevations of all baby's breath. As we typically are not spokespeople for baby's breath, in this instance, it was a perfect fit with the other elements we had taking place.

We are OBSESSED with the picture of Dawn's bouquet! Isn't it gorgeous? Sorry, yes that was us tooting our own horn. ;) We used such a bright color palete throughout, we brought touches of color into Dawn's bouquet. We used, ivory hydrangeas, dusty miller, orange roses, yellow billy balls, white hyacinth, and white tulips.

We hope you enjoy these images shared by the fabulous Jason Mize of J. Mize Photography. He captured their day and details perfectly! Thank you Jason for sharing such beautiful images. Click HERE to see more!

And of course, how could an event take place without the direction of an amazing planner? Mrs. Anna Richardson of Lucia Paul Design was in charge of the coordination and design of Dawn and Gavin's wedding and we don't think this event could have been more fun and perfect!

Happy Wednesday!

xo- Zoë


Ashksngh said...
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Jenny said...

That's dusty miller, not lamb's ear.

Gorgeous, though.