This was another amazing wedding at the always incredible Ringling Museum Courtyard. It’s an absolutely stunning venue, and brides LOVE it! This wedding featured delicate cream and blush tones with lots of open roses and hydrangea, very romantic!
The bride’s bouquet was made of Playa Blanca garden roses with succulents, white wax flowers, and greens to give it a more garden look. Succulents add such a nice and unique touch to bouquets and are becoming increasingly popular with brides. The bridal bouquet was later used on the sweetheart table as their centerpiece!
For the bridesmaids, we used a budget-friendly and simple bouquet of 3 Playa Blanca roses with greens. It was simple, but very beautiful! We also used 2 different styles of arrangements on the guest tables. Half of these centerpieces were all candles and the other half were low mixed arrangements using lots of greenery.
The bride chose to splurge a bit on the head feasting table, so we did 2 elevated arrangements to make an ultra-glamorous statement and added small low arrangements between with candles. You can have a beautiful wedding on a budget without compromising the look of it!
The arch for the ceremony was on the upper level of the courtyard and was tied with a sheer fabric. And the wedding cake was gorgeous with a few simple roses on it and surround by cubes with glowing candles.
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