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On May 25, 2014, Bethany and Will were married at the Member’s Club at Woodcreek.

Bethany carried an especially unique bouquet consisting of blue cornflower, rosemary, blue delphinium, ivory spray roses, and the trendy succulence, creating a very natural, wildflower look. The steps in the back of the facility, where Bethany entered the ceremony, were decorated with a similar wildflower, organic look using various greenery, blue hydrangea, cornflower, blue delphinium, white roses, and white snap dragons. Each hand rail was wrapped with the flowers as well as ivy for a true garden feel.

Inside, the fireplace was finished with two arrangements on each side composed of blue cornflower, blue delphinium, blue hydrangea, white roses, and white snapdragons. Each table was decorated with a blue hydrangea cube- very simple yet stylish.

The utilization of the blues and whites for the flowers along with the elegance of the wedding transformed the venue into a genuine secret garden!

 
 

On Saturday May 24th, 2014 Jenny and Michael were married at Ashland United Methodist Church in Irmo South Carolina and celebrated their reception at Spring Valley Country Club.

The church was decorated with two all white altar pieces consisting of hydrangea, stock, snapdragons, and roses. The first two pews were marked with a white ribbon and greenery, as was the candelabra. Jenny carried an all white bouquet with garden roses, the unique renauculas, beautiful peonies, and roses. Her bridesmaids carried similar flowers, but with a nice pop of color- coral garden roses, shrimp colored roses, and salmon colored peonies.

The Spring Valley Country Club dinning room was filled with arrangements consisting of bright colors-rust lillies, coral alstroemeria, peach stock, shrimp colored roses, and white hydrangea. Tall pilsner arrangements contrasted small glass cylinders on the tables throughout the dinning room and the buffet piece sat upon a tall glass pilsner. Her cake was topped with similar colors as well as green hydrangea. To decorate the outside tables, Jenny used empty vases for the bridesmaids to place their bouquets in during the night.

The combination of bright and contrasting colors aided in the beautiful and classy presentation of this early summer wedding!

 
 

Wedding at Rock Bottom Pond

28 May;  Author: admin

Hollie and Andrew were married at Rock  Bottom Pond in Ridgeway South Carolina on May 24th, 2014.

Hollie Carried an all white bouquet full of beautiful peonies, tulips, roses all surrounded by white hydrangea. Her four bridesmaids carried a similar all white look with hydrangea, roses, and tulips as well. The couple was married under their arbor overlooking the pond. The arbor was decorated with grown-in” style flowers, a very natural, organic look, including honeysuckle, white roses, white hydrangea, white stock, and various greenery. Her aisles were lined with Shepard hooks with silver pales filled with all white hydrangea, roses, stock, and some greenery all hung by lace ribbon.

For the reception, a rustic wooden box was filled with white hydrangea, roses, and stock and placed by the guest book. Her buffet table piece included the same flowers and was placed on a tall burnished-colored urn. The table was decorated with a large arrangement as well as four empty vases for the bridesmaids’ bouquets. For each table a rustic birch vase was filled with white hydrangea, roses, and garden roses also surrounded votive candles. Her memorial picture and candle sat upon an antique whiskey barrel for a true shabby-chic look.

The party was completed with music and a great time provided by Big Time Entertainment as well as all the family and guests that attended this unique, natural, yet elegant wedding!

 
 

Candy wreath with elves

High style unique purples and whites holiday designs

view of our Christmas Decor Display

Holiday Style display at our store

 
 

   Sara Rentz and Seth Krisnow were married May 14, 2011 at the Governor’s Mansion in Columbia, SC (Lace House).

   A few of the flower types that Sara chose are Hot Pink Gerber Daises, Green Hydrangea, Pink Oriental Lilies, palm fronds.

   One of the more unique elements that they had was “pineapple trees” that were constructed out of hollowed out pineapples and a variety of leaves. You can actually see me in the process of constructing one of these in the video posted below.

We were honored to work alongside many of our local wedding vendor friends. To list a few,
     Clark Berry Photography
     Robin Canon – Wedding Planner
     Absolute Productions and Media – Wedding Videographers

Congratulations Sarah and Seth!
 


Wedding trailer produced by Absolute Productions and Media. See more info about this Lace House Columbia Wedding video by visiting Absolute’s website.