Ashley & Bobby | Covenant Presbyterian + The Club

Ashley was referred to us by all-star wedding coordinator, Meghan Cease of M. Elizabeth Events. With a color palette of black, white, and silver accents, Ashley knew right off the bat that she wanted to use her favorite flower, the Calla Lily.

Ashley’s bouquet incorporated her “something blue”, a dog tag from her dog, Diesel, that she lost in the Spring.

Calla Lily Boutonniere

Simple Color, one of our favorite Birmingham Photographers, captured the day and the details to perfection. With the ceremony taking place at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Homewood the decor was kept simple by adorning the altar with two arrangements consisting of white calla lilies and white hydrangea, and the pews with a few calla lily stems.

The groomsmen wore white calla lily boutonnieres while the most important ladies in Ashley’s life carried white calla lily bouquets which were later repurposed as centerpieces for the bistro tables at the reception.

The guest tables were outfitted with gunmetal bengaline linens and had a mixture of centerpieces. One centerpiece was a glass bubble vase with wrapped callas and another was glass cylinders of different heights with calla stems, both accented with candles.

Guests had the wonderful treat of wedding cake from Annalyce’s Bake Shop which had the detail of fleur de lis. The fleur de lis was another element of the wedding that was carried throughout on items such as programs and personalized napkins from Amberly Shelton Designs and even Ashley & Bobby’s toasting flues and cake knives.

Thank you again to Ashley and Bobby for enlisting us to design your wedding. We hope the two of your are showered in good luck forever!

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