Jordan and Ben’s country club wedding was full of garden elegance with soft cream, pink, and succulent arrangements accented by touches of birch and wood slices providing subtle rustic touches. The soft color palette and simple, yet elegant design truly allowed the beauty of the day shine.
They created such beautifully cohesive style that carried throughout their wedding day, and Erin Stubblefield Weddings and Portraiture captured their details in the most perfect way. We love the texture that the succulents add to the bride and bridesmaid bouquets, and the centerpieces add a creative twist to this elegant, rustic style. The birch containers filled with large blooms and the silver candelabras dripping with eucalyptus are some of our favorite elements from their design.
We love the beauty of Jordan’s dress and how she transformed a strapless gown into something a little more classic and timeless by adding the lace topper which created beautiful sleeves that sat just off her shoulders. This is definitely a great way to add a personalized twist to your gown, and it is a perfect way to create a custom look for your wedding style.
Thank you Jordan and Ben for sharing your joyous celebration with us!
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photography: Erin Stubblefield Weddings and Portraiture // Ceremony and Reception Venue+Catering: Old Warson Country Club // Floral Designer: Magnolias // Hair: Katie Hodges, Independent // Bridal Gown Boutique: Fleur De Lis Bridal Boutique // Bridal Gown Designer: Amy Kuschel Gown, Lennon // Cake: Kaked by Katie // DJ: The Edge!
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