Katie + Luke | Wedding & Reception at The Alabama 4-H Center in Columbiana, AL

Katie came to Dorothy McDaniel’s Flower Market to design her wedding after we designed her fiancé’s sister’s wedding. The best compliment we can get is when one bride refers us another. Thank you, Hannah!

Katie and Luke chose to have their wedding and reception at The Alabama 4-H Center in Columbiana, AL. If you’ve never been there we highly suggest taking a visit soon.

 Birmingham photographer Jason Qualls captured the day and we appreciate him always providing us with beautiful photos.

Katie’s bouquet was a cream and blush hand-tied bouquet. It included  Vendela roses, green trick dianthus, blush parrot tulips, white peonies, blush garden roses, white lisianthus, and soft pink spray roses. It was wrapped in an ivory satin ribbon and completed with a locket containing a photo of Katie father.

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The groom’s wedding boutonnière was a white ranunculus backed with a leaf of dusty miller.

khaki suit in wedding

black and white wedding photos

Friends end family of the couple built a beautiful, free-standing wooden cross to serve as the altar backdrop. Designer Andy Seale created a lush, all white bouquet of white hydrangea, Eskimo roses, and stock to decorate it.

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The most important ladies in Katie’s life wore knee length turquoise bridesmaids dresses and carried clutch bouquets of mini green hydrangea, hot pink peonies, and Polar Star roses. The bouquets were wrapped in a contrasting white satin ribbon.

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The bride’s cake was topped with pastel flowers such as Juliet garden roses, soft peach spray roses, Polar Star roses, and white hydrangea. The blooms were also clustered on alternating layers of the cake. Cake pops were another fun part of Katie’s cake table.

blush flowers on wedding cake

cake pops

Luke’s groom’s cake was a nod to Toomer’s Corner, a historic landmark in Auburn, AL.

Auburn groom's cake

Guest table centerpieces were a mix of clear and vintage blue Mason jars with touches of burlap and lace. A wildflower look was created using blooms like rice flower, lisianthus, Queen Anne’s lace, stock, ranunculus, and more.

guest table centerpieces

The bride and groom also entertained guests of their wedding with lawn games such as cornhole. We love the “Mr. and Mrs.” game boards!

mr. and mrs. cornhole boards

The night was finished off as Katie and Luke left through a tunnel of sparkers. Congratulations to you both! We were so appreciative to have been a part of your big day!

bride and groom exit wedding

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