We’ve been holding onto these beautiful shots from Woodward & Rick Photographers for far too long! We’re finally ready to show you some of the incredible photos from the sweetest couple, Mallory & Stuart. Their wedding was a joy to help plan. We worked together with the couple, their family, and their planner to decide upon a color scheme of soft blue and green that resembled sea glass. We loved every minute of bringing these designs to life!
Mallory’s lush bouquet was assembled from a variety of luxurious and fragrant white blooms with just a bit of tweedia for that “something blue…” We were so excited to be able to use some lily-of-the-valley in this design; it’s only in season for a short time and we love having a reason to see it around the studio!
Above the altar where Mallory and Stuart said their vows we assembled this huge arrangement of varying white bouquets, floating candles, and mercury glass.
Then for the reception we set up varying table arrangements using clusters of vintage green and clear glass, milk glass, and mercury glass containers with candles.
We loved being able to play with the texture of seeded eucalyptus, bent steel grass, and pure white tulips for these springy vases.
Our setup crew and designers were able to snap some photos before the event, too:
Lovely soft white milk glass with ranunculus, hydrangea, roses, lisianthus, and tweedia.
More displays of vintage glass and mercury with romantic mixes of flowers.
The tent created a spectacular environment. It was set up just outside the church and completely transformed a simple parking lot into a romantic soiree. It felt like a different world inside, and we tried to amplify that with this incredible head table arrangement using over 100 hydrangeas and tall candle pillars.
Behind the bar we set up these picturesque shelves displaying drinks for the guests and a collection of mementos and sea-glass treasures.
This is a little peak behind-the-scenes at our event studio the night before! On the left is a picture of all those table centerpieces in our cooler, all packed up and ready to head out at 6:30 the next morning. On the right is a picture in-progress of our designer, Carly, assembling Mallory’s show stopping bouquet.
And my personal favorite from the professionals: our girl Caitie on that ledge arranging vases and lighting candles seconds before the ceremony. What you CAN’T see from this photo is that she’s 15 feet in the air and that ledge is only about 3 feet wide! It pays to not be afraid of heights in the event design industry!
We were so excited to work with Woodward & Rick Photographers on this event. Thank you for the awesome shots!
Our jobs were made easier by the amazing services of Asheville Event Co. Y’all are fantastic.