This lovely couple had an awesome wedding at Shugrues Restaurant overlooking the London Bridge! The bride knew what colors she wanted and what she wanted (which always makes like easier for everyone involved)! The color scheme she was working with was coral, navy and gray and she knew she liked the look of multiple wine bottles filled with flowers as her table centerpieces. What was created was super fun and the couple was thrilled (which is all that matters to me)!

The bridal bouquet was a round bouquet made with white hydrangea, coral roses, white spray roses, touches of baby’s breath and a small collar of lemon leaf greenery stem wrapped with a bridal white satin ribbon. The five bridesmaids carried bouquets made with coral roses, coral gerbera daisies, coral hypericum berries and a small collar of greenery with a navy ribbon around the stems! I loved how these bouquets popped against their navy dresses! So pretty!

The groom wore a boutonniere that matched his brides bouquet and was made with white spray rose buds and seeded eucalyptus greenery. The five groomsmen matched the bridesmaids and wore coral roses with seeded eucalyptus greenery, while the ring bearer wore a boutonniere made with coral hypericum berry and seeded eucalyptus greenery.

I loved the special touches that were put in to this wedding! The groom built their amazing wooden ceremony arch and cupcake tower! One of the prettiest arches I’ve ever seen! So talented it’s incredible! For the ceremony arch I made a floral piece that was made with white hydrangea, coral roses, white spray roses, coral hypericum berry and greenery that included lemon leaf and seeded eucalyptus! This piece looked so pretty on top of that dark wood arch!!

Finally, the reception flowers! This couple liked the idea of using wine bottles with flowers inside them for their centerpieces, so they saved up enough for seven bottles per table and then painted them and glittered some of them in their wedding colors or coral, navy and gray. I liked that each bottle used had a different white or coral flower that was used and that the bottles were not all the same height! It gave a lovely contrast to have different sized bottles on each table.

Last but not least, the cake table! The groom built an incredible wooden cupcake stand for this table (he’s seriously talented). The stand held all the guest cupcakes and looked lovely surrounded by coral rose petals and the bride’s coral rose toss bouquet!

I loved the details of this wedding and that the groom really got involved to make such incredible pieces! This was such a fun couple to get to know and create for and I wish them nothing but a lifetime of happiness together!