Flowers: Peonies, Juliet Garden Roses, Ranunculus, Hellebores, Poppies, Spray Roses, Lisianthus, Stock, Godetia, Festival Bush, Italian Ruscus, Gunei Eucalyptus, Jasmine Vines
Vibe: Garden-Inspired, Vibrant, Bohemian, Coastal
Next to the beach and overlooking the Tybee Island lighthouse, Jeanie and Lance’s wedding is effortlessly coastal. The color palette of blue, white, and various shades of brown increases this sense of coastal serenity. The wedding party is dressed in blue and white, blue and white globes hang from the huppah, and various shades of brown are brought in by the layers of wood and other natural elements. This traditionally coastal and beachy color palette shines through to produce a laidback, beachy atmosphere. Jeanie and Lance don’t stick to this traditional theme, though. Instead, they have mixed this beachy vibe with the vibrant, diverse colors and textures of a bohemian garden. The wooden huppah is made lively and cheerful with a diverse use of coral and pink flowers. The flower girls hold deeply saturated bouquets, and the bride’s flowers stand out with a single multicolored peony.
On the huppah, peonies, ranunculas, and different varieties of roses in pink, peach, and blush come together to produce lush layers of texture, color, and shape. Bright flowers hang off of the arched branches of the huppah and contrast beautifully with the warm wood tones of its main structure. The subtle browns and tans of the driftwood and starfish add further depth to the richly colored installation. This mixing in of sea elements and the hanging orbs draped in twine also up the bohemian effect, creating a uniquely lush and romantic canopy.
Floral Design: Harvey Designs
Photographer: Alexis Sweet Photography
Wedding Coordinator: Design Studio South – Alysse Sweeney
Venue: Case Verde on Tybee Island