Flowers: Lavender Scabiosa, Yellow Freesia, Craspedia, Lavender Sweet Peas, White O’hara Garden Roses, Juliet Garden Roses, Sahara Roses, Blush Ranunculus, Lysimachia, Scented Lavender, Dusty Miller, Baby’s Breath, Eucalyptus
Vibe: Vintage, Antique, Sophisticated
Eleanor and Stephen take full advantage of Savannah’s old-world charm. Their ceremony takes place at the Harper Fowlkes House, one of Savannah’s preeminent architectural gems. The antique and vintage vibe afforded by the location is amplified by Eleanour’s choice of floral design and color scheme. The wedding party wears white, black, and blush. The flowers follow a similarly simple and toned down concept – muted tones of blush, lavender and yellow fill the bouquet, while simple baby’s breath is used to both line the aisles and drape the banisters. The result is a stunning display of rich texture and delicate color.
After getting married at the historic Harper Fowlkes House, E &S celebrated at the Georgia State Railroad museum. Another national landmark, the railroad museum is an architectural relic full of industrial charm. The simple and rustic interior offer a perfect backdrop for the muted colors and rich textures of Eleanor and Stephen’s wedding. All aspects of the visual experience balance rugged and delicate elements to striking effect.
Floral Styling and Design: Harvey Designs
Photographer: Mackensey Alexander
Wedding Coordinator: Posh Petals and Pearls – Ashley Greene
Ceremony Venue: Harper Fowlkes House
Reception Venue: Georgia State Railroad Museum