When Rikesha smiles at you, you can’t help but to smile back at her, and from the looks of her groom, Day, and the rest of their bridal party — they couldn’t resist smiling either. The day may have turned out a little overcast, but it certainly didn’t dampen the mood for this lovely October wedding.
Rikesha wanted to make a statement with her wedding, and by choosing fuchsia & green she did just that. Her gown was a satin ivory a line gown with a crumb catcher neckline, and her bouquet was just as classic as her dress. Designer Glenn constructed a bouquet made up of roses and hydrangea.
The fabulous ladies of Rikesha’s life wore fuchsia a line gowns from Alfred Angelo and their bouquets were made up of hot pink roses, green hydrangea, green hypericum berries, and fuchsia stock. The adorable flower girls each carried a pomander ball of hot pink roses with a lime green ribbon.
Dorothy McDaniel’s Flower Market has provided exceptional stationery since the day it opened and Rikesha hopped on the opportunity to order these stunning William Arthur invitations.
Rikesha kept things simple and traditional at Prince of Peace Catholic Church. The doors were adorned with grapevine wreaths with clusters of white hydrangea and white roses with little greenery and ivory ribbon.
Guests were treated to a delicious seated dinner at The Wynfrey Hotel. Tables were decorated with white linens and chaircovers with a fuchsia chair tie. All of the table arrangements were low but in alternating styles.
The couple’s cake was confectionary perfection from Magnificent Cakes in Birmingham, Alabama. A four tier white cake with fuchsia ribbon accented with rhinestones was topped off with an array of wedding flowers and a rhinestone initial topper.
Thank you tons to Morgan of Morgan Trinker Photography www.morgantrinker.com for all of these fabulous photos. You can see more from Rikesha & Day’s day on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/dorothymcdanielsflowers. Congratulations again to you two!