Jersey Shore Wedding Florist: Janine and Guy at One Atlantic
I can not believe September is almost here! The kids are getting ready to head back to school....and more importantly, we have LOTS of fall weddings that are literally right around the corner! I have been enjoying this summer. We took a week at the beach to relax, and there were numerous other trips to the beach to set up weddings. Janine and Guy's wedding was my first experience setting up a wedding at One Atlantic, and WOW. That place is amazing. It is hard not to enjoy your job with views of the ocean out every window! I can't wait until we get to go back there! To sweeten the deal even more, the photographer for Janine and Guy's wedding was the ever amazing Tami Melissa. I was beyond thrilled when she shared these images with us!
How adorable are these blue little numbers that the bridesmaids are wearing?!?!? The girls carried bouquets of all white mini callas, simple and sophisticated.
Janine carried a bouquet of white and blue hydrangea, white and blue delphinium, white mini callas, and mini blue hyacinth.
The hyacinth was a last minute addition...and I think it made the bouquet! Also, check out that little bow detail we did with the ribbon wrap <3
One Atlantic has this beautiful canopy set up in the ceremony room, which made our job so much easier. We simply accented with ivory pedestals topped with blinged out vases of white dendrobium orchids.
We draped the front of the head table with this crystal garland, and then accented the garland with white dendrobium orchids.
Our Diana candleholders lined the back of the place card table just perfectly.
We assembled all of the centerpieces on site in this square glass vase. White dendrobium orchids were submerged in the vase and a mass of orchids spray out the top. Of course, we had to accent the vase with a wide band of bling!
The blue lighting added the perfect touch!
Thank you Janine and Guy for letting us be a part of your day. We love experiencing new venues and setting up at One Atlantic was amazing! Thanks again Tami for sharing these pictures with us!