If you love pink, then you are going to love Devin and Chris’s Treasury on the Plaza wedding in downtown St. Augustine!
We have to say, It’s not every day that we get to work with a bride that is a Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleader! And she and Chris were just the sweetest!
Fantasy Floral Details
Bouquets: Devin’s bouquet was incredibly dramatic, while also being so pretty and feminine! We used a ton of eucalyptus (seeded and silver dollar style) greenery to give it lots of fullness and used three shade of pink roses, as well as white roses for the floral element. The sprig of deeper pink is called pink limonium, which is in the caspia family of flowers. The ladies carried much smaller versions of Devin’s bouquet, with less greenery and more pink!
Groom’s Boutonniere: One large soft pink roses with two white spray roses, accented with babies breath. A classic!
Flower Girls: Precious flower crowns of babies breath! The little ladies also tosses soft pink rose petals.
Centerpieces: We made tall, lush arrangements with LOTS of greenery – including ferns with pink and white roses, as well as accents of babies breath and pink limonium.
Cake: A cascade of pink and white blooms. Fresh florals on a clean, classic white cake will never go out of style!
Alicia and Brandon’s Treasury on the Plaza wedding day was so incredibly glamorous! The red, blush and white color palette was romantic and rich. The wedding had no shortage of dramatic decor and we loved it!
Fantasy Floral Details
Bouquets: Roses, roses and more roses! We used several varietals, including garden and spray in three colors- red, dusty blush and white. Adding tons of greenery textures- mostly silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus.
Ceremony: Lots of rose petals & candles lined the aisle. The altar space was defined with two large arrangements on pillars.
Reception: We created low sight-line centerpieces in circular gold vases. We used lots of roses & greenery (can you sense the theme?!) and also included mums to a “fuller” look. The script font wooden table numbers were placed in the center.
Cake: This display was so amazing! If you follow our social media or blog, you can probably already tell we love fresh floral toppers on a cake! So having three cakes to adorn made us so happy! The four-tier middle cake was a stunning focal point! The cascading design of the flowers and greenery on the white buttercream was incredibly luxurious and elegant. The two cakes that flanked the main cake each had a unique floral accent- adding beautiful depth to the overall design. We dare to say this was one of our favorite cake designs to date!
Catalina & David’s Treasury on the Plaza was a beautiful mix of traditional and glamorous. From Catalina’s stunning ballgown to David’s black tux, it was a timeless, classic affair with feminine details that we loved!
If you follow our blog, you know how much we love this venue! The Treasury has such gorgeous architecture and it’s such a beautiful blend of clean, classic line and modern materials. It lends itself so well to a variety of themes and color palettes. The happy couple selected one of the year’s most popular combinations- pink and gold!
Fantasy Floral Details:
Catalina’s bouquet was a traditional round shape, full of pink and blush roses.
For the flower girl, we create a small kissing ball. This is a great alternative for rose petals (as is a fairy wand).
We used a mix of white, ivory, blush and pink rose in the majority of the arrangements. Adding touches of hydrangea, babies breath and spider mums to the tall centerpieces for a full, lush creation!
Paul & Nateesha’s timeless wedding day hosted at two downtown St. Augustine venues- the Cathedral Basilica and Treasury on the Plaza. The vendor team was fantastic, the decor choices beautiful and the ambiance perfection!
Fantasy Floral Details
Nateesha’s bouquet was created in a cascading style in all white florals & greenery. The arrangement included lisianthus, cushion mums, caspia, as well as eucalyptus, ivy, and fern.
It doesn’t get more timeless than monochromatic florals and metallics. By opting for this foundational palette, it’s easy to “modernize” the design with flower choice or floral silhouette. Nateesha’s bouquet ultimately had a “spring-y” boho vibe and we think it all turned out so lovely!
Bridesmaids carried hydrangea & greenery – it contrasted beautifully with their smokey gray floor-length bridesmaids gowns (aren’t the various necklines & strap details fabulous?!)..
For the reception, the couple took advantage of the sky-high ceilings and clean, crisp, modern architecture, by deciding on tall centerpieces (Yay! We LOVE this style)!
Centerpieces were fashioned on a tall silver candle stand with lots of cascading greenery and lush, full hydrangea, as well as a variety of delicate white blooms for texture and dimension. This makes a big statement while keeping your sightline relatively clear for your guests.
The head table (and another family style table) was lined in a white floral garland and accented with a “K” flower monogram.