December Weddings... part 2

Continuing our review of our favorite weddings from this last December, we move to St. Anthony of Paudua Catholic Church. The sanctuary is always decorated so beautifully for the holidays, but simple enough that every event can still be personal to the families.
 At the entrance to the aisle we used our wrought iron shepherd hooks and open lanterns, which were filled with flowing flower arrangements and candles. This is a great way to make a statement at the beginning of the aisle and set the stage for the rest of the ceremony.

 Their reception was held at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center in the Emerald Ballroom. Their color scheme included teal, soft pinks, white and a touch of red to brighten it up. We also used accents of snowflakes throughout the arrangements for a fun whimsical addition.
Her cake was decorated with a beautiful topper of miniature garden roses and clusters cascading down each corner. The head table had a long and low arrangement with 2 tall candelabra arrangements behind the bride and groom. Helping to frame the new couple in such a large ballroom.
 With teal underwater lights in the arrangements, the ballroom glowed with a beautiful soft light throughout the night.
 This stunning contemporary ceremony was simple and beautiful. Altar arrangements of all white calla lilies and white hydrangea, candle pew markers, and simple white curtains on the Forest Deck at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center set the stage for this bride and her groom.
 Their reception, held in the Emerald Ballroom of The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center was beautiful. The table arrangements consisted of tall white calla lilies arching over the tables with a base of lush white hydrangea at the top of the vase. The head table had an assortment of silver goblets with floating candles and low arrangements of white hydrangea along the length of the entire table.

 The buffet arrangement was created in a simple contemporary design to compliment the rest of the decor.
 This lavender and plum wedding at Ashton Gardens showcased the royal nature of beautiful purple tones.
 The arch was covered in green vines and accented by two fabulous altar style arrangements at the base on either side. The arrangements included: roses, lisianthus, stock, gladiolas and mixed greens.
The brides bouquet was beautiful with bombay dendrobium orchids, lavender roses, lisianthus, and pixi carnation blooms. He cake was decorated with a  mix of coordinating blooms including a topper and clusters for the sides.

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