Well hello there hive!! We’re finally back from our honeymoon in Australia and New Zealand (and fully recovered from a serious case of jetlag)!! It was without a doubt, the BEST trip of my life. But before I delve into our tales from down under, let’s finish where we left off with my wedding recaps :)
With the ceremony recaps wrapped up, I want to shift gears a bit and get into something that everyone loves to see–all the pretty details! As you may recall, I had a peacock theme with a teal and gold color scheme for the wedding. I wasn’t able to find much inspiration for subtle and classy integrations of peacock feathers, so I kind of had to make it up as I went along. It’s one thing to have a vision in your head and another thing to see it finally come together. The truth is, I had no idea how it would all look in the end, considering I hired a separate florist, got the table decor from a separate rental company, ordered the invitations and printed materials from a shop on Etsy, etc.
So to my surprise (and extreme delight), I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw how beautifully everything had come together, from the ceremony to the reception.
All photos by Sarelle Photos (unless otherwise noted)
Ceremony aisle candle
Huge floral arrangements framing the ceremony aisle
Name card table and card box
Shot of the card table from outside of the hotel
Close-up of reception table with teal napkins, gold table runner and band table name
High centerpiece on the left, low centerpiece on the right
Menus (one per table)
Votive candles on reception table
Lounge area with rented sectional couch and reused floral arrangement from ceremony
Names of our favorite bands (instead of table numbers) on left; info on our Wedding Party photo streaming app upper right; I Spy lower right
Ceremony aisle upper left; menu lower left; ceremony program right / Photos by our wedding planner
Lounge area and illuminated bar upper right; ceremony aisle lower right / Photos by our wedding planner
I absolutely love all the details and feel like I pulled off a peacock theme that wasn’t too over the top (or hideous). What do you guys think?