Sea Isle Wedding Florist : Sara & Adam at the Yacht Club of Sea Isle City

Sara and Adam's summer wedding was beachy, breezy and beautiful.  Hosted by the Yacht Club of Sea Isle City, the couple enjoyed the salty air during their dock ceremony, and brought in elegant nautical touches in their reception as a nod to their shore surroundings.  

This was our first event with Alex Schon of Schon Photography, and he blew us away with his professionalism as a vendor and with his eye for detail as a photographer.  From the subtle details of the decor to the bales of laughter, he got every shot!  We can't thank him enough for these lovely images from our day in Sea Isle. 

Check it out, below!

Sara's bridal bouquet was a lovely collection of ranunculus, pure white roses, gorgeous peonies and dusty miller. 

Sara's bridesmaids carried similiar bouquets, but with more shades of pink than white.  Navy blue gowns were the perfect contrast to the soft pastels of their flowers. 

Adam and his groomsmen worse simple bouts of white ranunculus and touches of dusty miller.  Two thumbs up for those blue bow ties, guys!

We were OBSESSED with these little details for Sara and Adam's ceremony.  Small glass vases held roses, dusty miller, and white anemone - tied off with a navy ribbon which matched the anemone center perfectly!  The adorable flower girl purse had us drooling - doesn't it seem like she could have just skipped right off into a field of wildflowers?!  It's so cute! 

We are so happy Sara chose to upgrade her linens to the same blue as her bridesmaids' dresses - it makes the room really POP.  Matched with gold chivari chairs, her color scheme flowed so nicely throughout the entire day.  We don't hate the tall centerpieces either, with white hydrangea, pink and white roses and dusty miller sitting on top of our gold darlene stands.  

Lower centerpieces were made up in our gold compotes and Sara's gold speckled candle holders. The overall effect was a clean, chic look with just the right amount of fun! 

We stand behind the theory that it is all the little details that add up to create an overall effect - touches like these cute table "numbers" were so unique!  Each table had a different beach-related symbol, in a gold frame and cut out to look neat and elegant.

Sara and Adam's sweetheart table was made to be their own private escape, with a champagne sequin linen, gold initials, rose heads, eucalyptus branches, and Sara's candles. 

Sara and Adam's final event detail was this gorgeous 3-tiered wedding cake, which we helped dress up with our champagne sequin linen and gold votives.  We love that the couple included their precious pup in their celebration!  

Congratulations, Sara and Adam!  We wish you a long summer of love, sunsets and saltwater! 

Mary Coombs