Set on the 10th hole, the chuppah was covered with roses and greenery providing a lush backdrop to the ceremony with a beautiful view of the nearby waterfall.
Ashley wanted her bouquet to be full of color so we packed it with Romantic Antike garden roses and Coral Charm peonies along with coral tulips and ranunculus. Katie of Kiss by Katie did a fabulous job with Ashley's hair and makeup.
And the bridal party carried paler shades to coordinate with the flowers in the chuppah.
Aaron and the groomsmen wore boutonnieres of peach ranunculus and berries.
Guests were treated to cocktails at outdoor tables with beautiful views of the Texas Hill Country.
Indoors, organic greenery covered the mantles as well as the ceiling above the dance floor with colorful floral arrangements for the tables.
More of Ashley and Aaron's story can be seen on Southern Weddings and a big congratulations to these two!!
For Janie and Christian's spring wedding, the playful colors of the invitation suite served as the basis for our design and color palette.
For Janie's bouquet, we used white and peach peonies along with lush garden roses in the creamiest of peaches with trailing pink jasmine and silk ribbons by Silk and Willow.
The bridesmaids' bouquets popped off of their blush dresses with Romantic Antike garden roses and salmon colored ranunculus.
This has to be one of my favorite cakes ever—the colorful ranunculus and garden roses were the perfect addition to the cake by Sophie's Bakery with iridescent pearl icing.
More of this colorful wedding can be seen here on Grey Likes Weddings.