Amy and Sean’s Running Deer wedding was a picture of garden romance.  Long, flowing ribbons, elegant candelabras, and garlands of eucalyptus brought together Amy’s vision of natural beauty and enchantment.  Tami Melissa Photography took these wonderful images that show how timeless and effortless Amy and Sean’s wedding was.  There was a certain softness that warmed our hearts with this sweet event, and we proudly share it with you today.  We hope you enjoy  it as much as we did!

Blush peonies, anemones, jasmine vine, white sweet pea, white ranunculus and dusty miller made up this beautiful bridal bouquet.


Amy’s bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet – we absolutely loved the long flowing ribbons that Amy added to her order as romantic accents to the flowers.

Sean, the proud and happy groom, wore a bout of waxflower and a white spray rose.  


Sean and his groomsmen – those brown dress shoes are so dapper!  Great choice!

Here’s Amy about to surprise Sean for their First Look…this is absolutely a growing trend, and Tami has some great input on the benefits of a First Look, and why it has become so popular.





Running Deer provides such a lovely backdrop for an outdoor ceremony.  Here, we provided our lace panels to drape across the pergola, and tied them back with peonies and greenery.

Our elegant arden vase was used on the placecard table to greet guests as they entered the reception.  We filled it with garden roses, peonies, lisianthus, snapdragons and eucalyptus.


For Amy and Sean’s centerpieces, we did a compination of high and lows.  Having multiple styles of centerpieces helps to break up a room and makes the set up more interesting and aesthetically pleasing.  Adding napkin treatments and tulle bows to the chairs is another example of Amy’s great attention to detail.

For the low centerpieces, we used a silver compote, and mixed white hydrangea, Queen Anne’s lace, lisianthus, pink spray roses, astilbe, and eucalyptus.  

We absolutely LOVE using this candelabra.  It is such a statement of class and romance and elegance  on its own – adding gorgeous floral arrangements takes it to a whole new level!  For Amy, we mounted the candelabra with larger version of the compote design, with more lisianthus, peonies, astilbe, Queen Anne’s lace, spray roses, white stock and greenery.

For napkin treatments, we cut pieces of feather willow eucaluptus.  This treatment was a little longer than what we typically would cut, but arranging it off-center and to curve along with the place made this a great accent piece.




For Amy and Sean’s sweetheart table, we made this enormous garland of different varities of eucalyptus – silver dollar, seeded and feather willow.  The shades of green against the ivory linen made for an intimate setting, and setting up our elevated votives added the perfect touch of romance.  



And now for the cake!  Stella Baking Company is where Amy ordered this beautiful dessert masterpiece!  The lace pattern of icing and pink sugar flower look almost too good to eat! (We said almost.)








Congratualions, Amy and Sean!  Thank you so much for having us as a part of your day!! XOXO