Megan’s Wedding at Army Navy Country Club

November 25, 2014

When Megan came to me with the theme “Black Tie meets Garden Chic,” I knew I had to be a part of this wedding!  She wanted lots of light colors with lots of textures and a few darker elements.  The happy couple was married at The Old Post Chapel on Fort Meyer, and their reception was at the beautiful Army Navy Country Club.  I had so much fun with these designs, and I hope you enjoy them just as much.

Meg’s bouquet is one of my favorites so far.  This whimsical bouquet is made of beautiful Alabaster garden roses, silver brunia berries, white ranunculus, cream roses, local white dahlias, white scabiosa, white astilbe, white dendrobium orchids, accented with silver dollar eucalyptus leaves and silvery succulents.  That gorgeous fabric around her bouquet is actually a piece of her mother’s dress (including little white buttons) which was cut to fit the bouquet.  We also attached an Irish horseshoe charm.  I loved all the personal touches!


The bridesmaid bouquets were smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet!
The centerpieces also incorporated some sweet little chocolate cosmos flying high up over the other flowers as well as some feathery agonis foliage.  I loved using these darker elements to add depth to these designs.
Can we also just talk about this gorgeous ballroom??  Beautiful chandeliers and multiple fireplaces…just stunning.  It’s hard to see it, but the room has a round wall full of french doors that open up to a balcony that overlooks a huge green golf course.  I was completely blown away!


Here are a few more of my favorite images.  Thank you so much to Beth at Beth T Photography for the lovely pictures!




Such fun flowers in such an elegant venue!  Stephen and Megan were a wonderful couple to work with and I am so happy to be able to share these with you!  I leave you with one last picture of the happy couple-isn’t she just lovely??
All images provided by Beth at Beth T Photography