Flowers: Lily of the Valley, Green Mist, Panda Anemones, Delphinium, Scabiosa, Thistle, Tulips, Spray Roses, Pieris, Baby’s Breath, Gunei Eucalyptus, Italian Ruscus
Vibe: Fresh, Clean, Green
Looking at photos of this wedding, you can almost smell the fresh linen and crisp green foliage. From the structured material of Jessica’s dress to the cool-toned color palette, there is a cleanness and sharpness to every detail. This allows the landscape to stand out and lends the wedding an organic sophistication and fresh energy. The use of baby’s breath, pieris, and eucalyptus in Jessica’s crown create a soft and crisp green halo. The bouquet is similarly soft, clean, and crisp. White panda anemones offer a striking blue and white contrast that is picked up in softer ways by light blue scabiosas and delphinium and various white flowers – lilies of the valley, spray roses, and tulips. The abundant use of greenery is lush, but remains clean and light. The vibe this wedding gives off reminds me of a granny smith apple – crisp and refreshing.
Savannah’s Georgia State Railroad Museum offers an industrial space capable of transforming into almost anything, from hip industrial to old-school vintage. Here, Jessica and Paul have taken advantage of the venue’s bare bones and turned it into a fresh, clean, orchard-like space. Blue and white floral table linens maintain the sense of natural freshness that is this wedding’s go-t0 feel. The use of greenery in various shades of green creates a sense of lushness that remains crisp and bright. The space sparkles in a way this is elegant and organic.
Floral Design: Harvey Designs
Photographer: The Happy Bloom
Wedding Coordination and Design: Design Studio South – Danielle Voight and Alysse Sweeney