Bride and Bridesmaids with Garden Bouquets

Grand Wedding at The Concession Golf Club

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Ceremony Site with flowers, greens, and draping on pergola and aisle flowers on chairs
Close up of Garden Look Bridal Bouquet with Burgundy, Blush, and Creams
Close up of Garden Look Bridesmaids' Bouquet
The Happy Couple!
Wedding Sign with Greenery
Bride with Bridesmaids!
Double Ranunculus with Seeded Eucalyptus
Top View of Guest Table Centerpiece and Place Settings
Happy Couple with Beloved Dog and Dog Cookie Favors!
Nightime View of Garland and Lights over Dance Floor
Bride and Groom Chairs at Head Table Decorated with Flowers
View of Reception Site with Head Table and Guest Tables in Background
Guest Table Centerpiece with Gold Table Number
Wedding Invitation with Flowers

This wedding was simply a feast for the eyes with its luscious color palette of burgundies, blushes, and creams! It was held at the elegant and grand Concession Golf Club and was a joy to work on!

The ceremony took place in front of the large pavilion on the gorgeous grounds. Affairs in the Air expertly framed the pavilion and draped it with sheer off-white fabric in a tied-back look, which beautifully highlighted the ceremony area. The Fudgie designers added a lush and colorful floral spray on one side of the draping with flowers that matched the bridal bouquet.  This spray then evolved and nested into a garland that edged the pavilion with a smaller floral arrangement attached about mid-post on the other side—it made a fabulous backdrop for the ceremony.

The guests were seated on stylish natural wooden chairs and the aisle chairs featured stunning greenery with a floral swag across the backs. The aisle swags were later moved to the long head table at the ceremony. Double-duty flowers are the way to go! 

The beautifully lavish bridal bouquet was a garden look with burgundy feathery astilbe and garden roses in both blush and cream colors. Additional flowers for her bouquet included burgundy dahlias, veronica, blush spray roses, white wax flowers plus lots of lush greenery such as feather and seeded eucalyptus and tips of Italian ruscus. The bridesmaids carried a smaller version of the bride's bouquet.  These bouquets were exquisite...the colors were so vivid!

The reception was held in a clear tent behind the clubhouse at the Concession Golf Club. Large and showy garlands of greenery fanned out from behind the head table over the dance floor to add to the natural look of the wedding. The long head table for the wedding party was decorated with a garland of greenery, the bridal and bridesmaids' bouquets (more double-duty!) along with loads of candles and votives!

For the guest tables, we used 2 styles of centerpieces in the same color palette as the bouquets. For one of the centerpieces, a single larger floral arrangement was used in the center and for the other style, 3 smaller floral arrangements were featured. Both centerpieces had lots of votives and candles. We also added flowers and greenery garland to the wedding welcome sign which is so popular now!

One of the really fun touches for this wedding was the couple's beloved dog, who was the ring bearer, and the guests were given doggie cookie favors that looked just like him...such a heartwarming touch. This was simply a beautiful wedding and designed just as the couple had envisioned!  We worked closely with Jen, the couple's wedding planner, so no detail was overlooked in order to bring this couple's dream wedding into reality!

This spectacular occasion would not have been possible without the amazing gifts and talents of the following delightful vendors:

Wedding Coordinator | Jenn Sayko of Le Jour Weddings & Events
Venue |  The Concession Golf Club
Photographer | Sarah & Ben Photography
Draping & Lighting | Affairs in the Air
Flowers | Flowers by Fudgie

If you are interested in us helping you design your ultimate dream wedding, contact us today! We would be honored to be a part of your special day.

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