Fall in Full Color

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We can’t get enough of non-traditional floral arrangements and Andrea and Alex’s McGovern Centennial Gardens wedding is a mesmerizing study in the power of unique shapes and color stories. From the bride’s richly-hued bouquet to a sky-high tabletop arrangement, it was a flawless fête that feels right at home amid the splendor and abundance of fall.

The bride requested a bouquet with ample color and texture, and our designers certainly delivered. To achieve the look, we combined traditional roses in soft, muted shades with saturated hues and texture-rich greenery.

Satin and velvet ribbons in varying shades adorn the bride’s autumnal bouquet.

Satin and velvet ribbons in varying shades adorn the bride’s autumnal bouquet.

Stems were surrounded by cascading ribbons of gold, green, and burgundy, setting a lively tone for the reception to come.

Cocktails named after the couple’s fur babies lend a personal touch

Cocktails named after the couple’s fur babies lend a personal touch

The couple greeted guests with signature drinks named for their beloved feline friends and a lush arrangement peppered with seasonal fruit and vegetables.

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McGovern’s neutral backdrop was a stylish complement to the vibrant, richly-hued décor Andrea and Alex dreamed up for their big day. Low arrangements adorned the tables, playing up the event’s festive color story and allowing guests to enjoy one another’s company with ease.

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Handcrafted place cards make a vivid first impression.

Handcrafted place cards make a vivid first impression.

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Stone urns cradled roses, ranunculus, radishes, and artichokes and the head table was a vision with an 8-foot topper of greens and blooms held aloft by tall golden cages.

There’s something about florals with added height that never fails to delight

There’s something about florals with added height that never fails to delight

A closer look at the head table’s colorful combination of peach & white roses, Liatris, and deep purple & red carnations thoughtfully placed among an overflowing bouquet of greenery is reminiscent of a lush botanical garden.

A closer look at the head table’s colorful combination of peach & white roses, Liatris, and deep purple & red carnations thoughtfully placed among an overflowing bouquet of greenery is reminiscent of a lush botanical garden.

Alex and Andrea tied everything together with a confectionary dream: a three-tiered blush cake bordered in fruit and foliage! “Falling” in love has never looked (or tasted) so good.  

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To speak with a designer or book a consultation, contact our team today at bjoseph@lansonbjones.com.