Sara and Jeff are an incredibly sweet and in sync couple. Throughout all of our consultations and emails they worked together as a team to pull off a sophisticated and elegant event. The ceremony was held at the Church of the Holy Family in Grand Blanc. The reception was just down the road at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club. I knew as soon as I booked the wedding that it would be amazing. I had all of the elements working with me: a gorgeous couple, an elegant venue, and my favorite local photographer - Emily Meyer-Jenkins from Signature Portrait Studio in Davison.
Meet Sara and Jeff. Can't you just feel the love?
The bridal bouquet contained white and Schwartzwalder mini callas, chocolate cosmos, tweedia, hydrangea, stephanotis, cymbidium orchids and seeded eucalyptus.
The bridesmaids' bouquets in pale blue, green, and white really stand out against their espresso dresses.
Isn't Sara gorgeous? I love how her beautiful red hair and teardrop jewelry complement her dress - creating a look that is reminiscent of a goddess!
Here is a close up of Jeff's boutonniere. A single white mini calla is accented with variegated lily grass and tweedia.
The centerpieces contained green and white dendrobium orchids, delphinium, and seeded eucalyptus set on top of a 32 inch pilsner vase. The linens were provided by Special Occasions.
Before I left Warwick Hills, my last task was to situate the floral cake topper. It contained dendrobium orchids, delphinium, chocolate cosmos, seeded eucalyptus and eucalyptus pods. I was impressed by the detailing on the beautiful cake. The hand-piped butter cream flourishes were absolutely immaculate. It was created by the Sweet and Savory Bake Shop in Oxford, MI.
Thanks again to Emily Meyer-Jenkins of Signature Portrait Studio for the beautiful photos!
Congratulations Sara and Jeff!