Heather and Dan created a festive celebration with a warm, cheerful summer color palette featuring sherbet hues in magentas, oranges, and yellows. Heather envisioned a tailored bridal bouquet full of roses, peonies, and ranunculus, coupled with more wild and whimsical decor elements highlighting some fun floral ingredients like pink anthurium and curly willow branches. A balanced mix of tame and rowdy design styles to bring so much personality into their gorgeous wedding day, captured beautifully by Chris Killingsworth Photography.

The Ceremony

The ceremony was held outside at Greenhouse Two Rivers facing the southern field with the trees rising up in the background to meet the vast, clear blue sky. We built some funky florals onto the ceremony arch, including some tropical blooms and lush greenery, as well as some free-form curly willow for movement and expression.

The Reception

Guests were greeted at the reception by a stunning, custom triple-layered welcome sign by Reverie Decor in a wonderful salmon color, adorned on either side with large 7 foot floral pillars in coordinating wedding colors. The signage looked especially striking on the venue’s clean white walls.

Salmon and white welcome sign in between two 7 foot floral pillars
Short, wide arrangement in bright summer color palette

Long family-style tables on either side of the reception space angled toward the sweetheart table in the front of the room, creating an inviting space for guests to enjoy each other’s company. The tables were lined with cheerful floral arrangements and bud vases in a bright summer color palette. We tracked down some locally grown poppies, snapdragon, and calendula to add into the unique mix of colorful flowers. Yellow solidago and trimmed palm leaves added additional elements of fun with their playful shapes and unique textures.

Dan’s main request was to incorporate his favorite flower, tulips. More often than not we find that men don’t have a whole lot of input on the flower front, so we loved that he put his two cents in and of course had to pepper magenta tulips throughout the reception arrangements.

The signage, menus, and table numbers throughout the wedding matched the flowers perfectly with subtle floral graphics and clean, modern typography—all in sherbet-y salmons and oranges. The cake was a stunningly tall white cake with an incredible ruffle design, again blending the playfully tailored look throughout Heather and Dan’s day.

Bride and Groom sitting at sweetheart table looking at Best Man giving a speech

Before the reception, the ceremony arbor was brought into the reception space, and placed behind their sweetheart table to create a dramatic statement around the couple and encircle them with smile-inducing blooms. This was a great way to get double-duty out of a unique floral design. It’s not always possible to move an installation, but when it is… we say go for it.

We added flowers to the large greenery hanging installations at Greenhouse to draw the eye upward with a pop of color as well. Putting the flowers into the hanging installations was our first time on a cherry picker, and let’s just say… we can’t wait until next time. Talk about a fun install!

Wide angle shot of the reception at Greenhouse Two Rivers

From the place settings, to the coffee bar, to the games in the courtyard, truly no detail was left unthought-of. (Allie Rose Events certainly played a huge role in orchestrating the details!) This stunning wedding was a treat to be a part of. Congratulations Heather, Dan, and family!

Bud Vases with Orange Ranunculus, Pink Tulips, Palms, and a table number beside them
Bride and Groom Smiling at each other at the sweetheart table

Wedding Vendors

Photographer: Chris Killingsworth Photography
Planner: Allie Rose Events
Venue & Bar – Greenhouse Two Rivers
Caterer – Simply Delicious
Cake – Charity Fent Cake Design
Hair Stylist – Gloss Makeup and Hair
Makeup Artist – Gloss Makeup and Hair
Linens – Branson Party Rentals
Rentals: Branson Party Rentals
Signage: Reverie Decor

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