Who Says Bridesmaids Need to Wear Dresses?
This gorgeous Bride and her pretty 'maids might take the award for best dressed bridal party ever — not only did the Bride's friends embrace the mismatched and pattern trends, but some of them also ...
This gorgeous Bride and her pretty 'maids might take the award for best dressed bridal party ever. Not only did Georgia's girls embrace the mismatched and pattern trends, but some of them also rocked some fabulous rompers. And tropical blooms from KITANIM, a floral design and event company, brought the whole look together perfectly. See it all from EvanR Photography in The Vault!
From Kitanim...February 27 was a perfect Miami winter day for bride and groom, Georgia and Tom. Casual and chic tropical was the design direction we were given as the floral design team and we ran with that motif utilizing tropical protea and fuchsia dendrobiums for a pop of wow color. The bride's mom, Mary, is a special lady, saving and hand packing and color coding approximately 500 vases that were collected from Georgia's childhood home. If you look closely on the rustic tablescapes, you will see trinket remnants from Georgie's glittered Halloween costumes over the years. The bride wore a gorgeous delicate yet powerfully hued hair halo. Fairchild Tropical Gardens allowed the retro Food Truck to make its appearance as dinner fare for the guests who dined under romantic bistro lights and headed indoors to the reception area for dancing and more fun. Bridesmaids wore shades of green textured dresses and rompers as they walked down the aisle. With a multitude of vendors, the planner really orchestrated the group especially in her curation of antique furniture for the reception lounge.
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