Dahlias. Tulips. Hydrangea. White Veronica. Each is stunning alone, but when combined to create Taylor Marie’s knock out bouquet, the blooms are taken to the next level.
First Presbyterian Church was originally built in 1858 then dismantled and moved to downtown Birmingham in 1872. It became the first church building in Birmingham city limits. Its stunning dark wood details, chrome pipe organ, and amazing stained glass windows lend stunning beauty to the floral palette chosen by Taylor Marie.
Designer Justin created a lush, white bouquet consisted of dahlias grown locally in Birmingham, tulips, hydrangea, veronica, wax flower, and a touch of seeded eucalyptus.
Brint, as well as his groomsmen, wore boutonnieres made up of a single white calla and a white spray rose.
Taylor Marie’s bridesmaids were dressed in deep royal taffeta knee-length dresses and carried bouquets made up of white hydrangea, tulips, roses, and veronica.
Church details included door wreaths, pew markers, candleabras, and a guest book table arrangement. Each included smilax vine, white hydrangea, white roses, and seeded eucalyptus.
Once guests arrived to Vestavia Country Club, their first sight was an entryway table which is designed weekly by Birmingham florist Carole Sullivan. Guest table centerpieces were also in the same wedding flowers in clear glass cubes.
Guests were treated to a delicious dessert of wedding cake created by Julie Hendrick of Sweet Magnolia Cakes. The five tiered white cake was topped off with the couple’s monogram along with white roses. The bottom tier was set upon a bed of white hydrangea and was flanked on either side by Taylor Marie’s bridal bouquet and toss bouquet.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Hardy! We thank you again for allowing us to be a part of such a special day for you.
Dorothy McDaniel’s Flower Market is also on the web www.dorothymcdaniel.com