Kristin and Brian were married on a bright Sunday at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks. They had a classic, natural style in ivory with lots of interesting greenery.
Kristin carried a natural bouquet in green and ivory with peonies, green hypericum berry, and green baby hydrangea. We accented the bouquet with seeded eucalyptus, sword fern, and beautiful host leaves with white edging.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of all white and ivory flowers – dahlia, peonies, and roses – with light accent of hosta leaves and sword ferns surrounding the bottom of the bouquet.
The wedding ceremony was held outside at the country club on a shady patio with beautiful columns.
The altar area was framed with four white pedestals, each holding a tall reception table centerpiece, repurposed for the ceremony.
Two more pedestals and tall centerpieces were placed at the back of the aisle as well.
The aisle chairs were draped with ivory organza fabric and each aisle chair decorated with a bouquet of white hydrangea mixed with lemon leaf, green hypericum berry, seeded eucalyptus and ivy vines.
The pedestal arrangements that were later repurposed as reception table centerpieces were made from white and ivory flowers: hydrangea, “polo” roses, snapdragons, alstroemeria, spray roses, and accents of cabbage/kale, green kermit poms, green hypericum berry, variegated pittosporum, and draping ivy vines.
Half the reception tables held a tall centerpiece, and the other half held a low centerpiece. Kristin and Brian supplied cute wooden bird houses on which they attached the table numbers. We placed these creative table numbers within the flowers of the low centerpieces, and within the clear glass cylinders of the tall centerpieces.
Their sweetheart table was decorated with birdhouses and accented with vines, peonies, green cymbidium orchids, and sword ferns.