South Jersey Wedding Florist : Stephanie & Rick at Running Deer Golf Club
Stephanie and Rick's wedding at Running Deer Golf Club was a refreshing burst of color, with bold purples and pretty pinks making up their vibrant theme. We LOVE working with purple flowers - there are so many different varieties and shades that they give us a lot of room to play with.
Our friends at Tami & Ryan Photography did a great job at documenting this pretty wedding, and we are excited to share with you today!
Stephanie's bridal bouquet was made to stand out from the rest of the floral arrangements. Ivory roses and dahlias mixed in with lavender spray roses gave a sweet and pure vibe, a nice contrast to the bolder color scheme found throughout the rest of the decor.
Oh my gosh, we are so ready for our gardens to be blooming again. These purple dahlias are making us drool! Stephanie's bridesmaids carried bouquets of purple dahlias, lavender and pink roses, Queen Anne's lace and eucalyptus. These were the perfect combinations for a bright summer wedding.
Rick's groomsmen wore these bouts of lavender spray roses while Rick coordinated with his bride by choosing an ivory bout.
The ceremony space at Running Deer is picturesque, especially in the summertime. The lush green backdrop of trees and sod set up a gorgeous display for couples to recite their vows.
We made this gorgeous pergola piece to create a beautiful focal point for Stephanie and Rick to be married under. Layers of purple and fuchsia roses, Queen Anne's lace, purple dahlias and smilax made this arrangement as full of texture as it was of color.
For the reception, the couple requested 3 different style centerpieces to help break up the room. Tall gold stands with lush arrangements of pink and purple roses and stock were true statement pieces. Cylinder trios with floating candles and submerged orchids balanced the look, along with gold compotes filled with foxglove, roses, dahlias and hydrangeas
How pretty! Stephanie and Rick's wedding cake was elegant and beautiful, made complete with delicious-looking sugar flowers that made us proud!
Congratulations, Stephanie and Rick!