Welcome to Part 2 of the pink southern wedding from Stephen Devries!
Now we get into more of the details, which you all know is my absolute favorite part! As I said in Part 1, all of the paper details were created by the bride- invitations, programs, and napkins. Paper flowers on the centerpieces were handmade from tissue paper and fabic and attached to branches. A “Moments are Made of This” banner flanked the dance floor. The food was exquisite, full of southern flair and Louisiana flavors. The Groom actually had a dessert table of a mixture of carrot cake bites, almond cake, chocolate mouse bom boms and nuts decorated with small ribbon and paper flags, all arranged on cake stands, heirloom silver platters, and books. Ribbon streamers and rose petals sent the couple off in a avacodo green beetle bug, and Stephen followed the couple to their home for some last photos.
I love the soft colors and the intimacy of this wedding! The bride did a wonderful job putting everything together! Thank you to Stephen Devries for sharing his fabulous work with us!
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photography: Stephen Devries | Paper Products: Holly B. Cook | Ceremony Venue: Briarwood Presbyterian Church | Reception Venue and Catering: The Veranda on Highland | Reception Flowers: Holly B. Cook and LeeAnne Rickey | Ceremony Flowers: Dean Hodge and Cindy Vetrano | Bride’s Cake: Olexa’s | Groom’s Cake: Cafe Iz
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