Lanterns look great night or day and with all styles of weddings. They not only add beautiful decor but can add extra lighting as well. Lanterns can be used in a variety of ways, such as, hanging from shepherds hooks, aisles and entryways, or as centerpieces. Check out these sixteen of our favorite.
Chelsea and David were such a lovely couple. We loved her soft romantic color palette with pops of dark burgundy. Working with Chelsea was a joy and we loved creating her floral vision.
Photos by: Day Eight Studios
Chelsea’s bouquet was stunning. A natural, organic style bouquet created with a mix of flowers and greenery.
Chelsea’s girls carried smaller versions of her bouquet.
Two gorgeous tall arrangements were created using mixed greenery and flowers in their color palette.
This gorgeous table had garland down the center with candles. The gold vases held the bridesmaids bouquets.
Venue: The Plantation at Ponte Vedra Beach
Photographer: Day Eight Studios
Wedding Planner: Dairing Events
Danielle and Ryan had a romantic wedding and reception with an antique flare.
Photos by: Kiki Creates
Amanda and Jeremiah were married at Epping Forest Yacht Club. We loved the use of anemones throughout their wedding and reception. It was such a beautiful and unique look.
Photos by: Phocus Photography
Amanda carried a petite textured bouquet created with garden roses, dusty miller, winter berry, anemones, ranunculus, lisianthus and touches of greenery. We loved how the eucalyptus spilled over and added drama to a beautiful bouquet.
Amanda’s girls carried smaller versions of her bouquet that had stems wrapped in metallic gold with streamers hanging down.
For this outside ceremony we added a mix of white flowers in Epping’s urn.
Guest tables had centerpieces created with white flowers including roses, spray roses, lisianthus, snowberries, dusty miller and mixed greenery in low cylinder vases.
Other tables had centerpieces created with cylinder of varying heights with pillar candles inside. Greenery and white berries were placed around the bottom of the cylinders.
A wedding ceremony is where is you first become husband and wife. We love that each wedding ceremony holds a uniqueness that fits to the bride and groom. Here are twenty of our favorite ceremonies from over the past few years. If you missed our blog highlighting 15 Gorgeous Arbors, go check it out for more inspiration.
Brianna and Kevin’s wedding at The Florida Yacht Club was pure romance. We loved her soft color palette with accents of gold.
Photos by: Day Eight Studios
Brianna bouquet was lovely. The soft color palette of white and blush was perfection.
Brianna’s girls carried smaller versions of her bouquet.
Kevin and Brianna’s wedding reception was full of romance. From the tall centerpieces to the gorgeous sweetheart table to all the candlelight, it was a beautiful reception.
Victoria and Cole had a beautiful wedding and reception at The Plantation. We loved the use of curly willow in the reception centerpieces.
Photos By: Southern Palms Studio
We have been a part of so many beautiful wedding ceremonies. This blog post is to highlight some of our favorite arbors. We love how you can see each brides unique vision in their arbor.
The pops of anemones were stunning in this wedding. We loved working with Paige and creating her floral vision.
Photos by: Bow Tie Photo
Venue: Treasury on the Plaza
Photographer: Bow Tie Photo
Planner: Coastal Coordinating
Emily and Christian had a natural, organic wedding and reception at The Ribault Club.
Photos by: Sydney Renee Photography
Emily’s bouquet was simple, yet absolutely beautiful! The pops of thistle were gorgeous in this organic bouquet.
Major squad goals! Emily’s girls carried small bouquets with white flowers and greenery.
Under the big oak tree where Christian and Emily said “I Do!” was a beautiful cross with a spray created using greenery and white flowers. The aisle was lined with rose petals and aisle markers created from white stock and greenery.
Guest were welcomed by a custom made signed adorned with lush greenery. The head table also had lush greenery accented with wax flowers and white roses down the middle. Garland and wax flowers were also used on the mantle.
Venue: The Ribault Club
Photographer: Sydney Renee Photography
Make Up: Makeup by Paulina Perez
Planner: Weddings by Clellie