Today we are sharing one of the weddings that has recently taken place, it’s full of
The remnants of a Typhoon Songda hit the coast that weekend. The couple got inches of rain, they lost power and had to rent generators, and there was a ton of mud at the reception. The rain stopped for photos and the ceremony and poured during the reception. The reception tent and heaters kept everybody warm and dry.
Kalina, the bride, works in the beauty industry, so you know she had to put a little glam into the day. Love the sparkly ‘maids and floral crowns from Summersweet Design. Kalina’s bouquet recipe: deep red and orange dahlias, piano red garden roses, red ranunculus, Juliet garden roses, sea holly, cymbidium orchids, torch celosia and accented with smoke bush, leucadendron, eucalyptus greenery, and huckleberry… all wrapped up in a smoky teal ribbon.
The wedding dress was a simple ivory V-neckline one, with a jeweled belt, and the crown fitted the bouquet. The groom was wearing beige pants and a brown tweed vest for a vintage look, a red flower boutonniere and tie spruced up his look.