Remember that weekend in July when it felt like 120 degrees outside? Well, while most people were cooling off by the pool or hiding in the air conditioning, Dawn was setting up this gorgeous wedding on the beach in Cape May. Despite the hot weather, Sarah and Rob's beach wedding at the Southern Mansion turned out beautiful. Rebecca from The Queen of Hearts Wedding Planning helped put together this gorgeous wedding, and Amanda from Swoon Over It captured all the pretty details. We really enjoyed working both of these vendors. Rebecca was amazing, she was involved in every detail and made sure the day ran perfectly. I would def recommend Queen of Hearts Wedding Planning to any bride looking for a wedding planner. Check out the photos from Swoon Over It!
The ringbearer carried this adorable little banner. This is such a cute idea.
Sarah and Rob used bamboo poles with sheer aqua blue fabric flags to decorate the ceremony. The aisle was lined with shorter bamboo poles, blue ribbon and white flowers. All of the bamboo poles are a rental and can be accented with whatever color fabric a bride prefers. See how beautiful that sand is....well Dawn swore it felt about 110 degrees! She took along her sister Sara and hubby Chip to help set up the ceremony....after the final pole was in place they all enjoyed some Rita's water ice to help cool down!
The bride carried a gorgeous white bouquet with champagne roses, white dahlias, lisianthus, freesia and ivory garden roses. The bridesmaid had a smaller version with light yellow stock, yellow lisianthus and white freesia. The bouquets looked beautiful with the white and khaki attire.
The bride's bouquet was wrapped with ivory satin and accented with twine and a crystal brooch. The bouts were white freesia and lisianthus, accented with twine to coordinate with the wrap on Sarah's bouquet.
For the centerpieces, we used assorted cylinders with ivory, champagne and light yellow flowers accented with floating pearls, candles and crystal votives. I love how simple and elegant these centerpieces were.
This mantle arrangement features hydrangea, garden roses, floating candles and crystal votives. Candle light is a great way to set a romantic tone at your wedding and these crystal votives are a rental item that really adds a lot of look for not that much money!
Sarah and Rob's beach themed cake was adorable. We used a few white lisianthus buds and tealight candles to decorate it.
Thank you so much Sarah and Rob for letting us be a part of your special day! Best wishes as you start your life together!
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