Garden Inspired Wedding with Shades of White, Blush and Gold

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With 750 wedding guests, Raquelle and Ryan's nuptial celebration illuminated so much joy and romance that did not fail to mesmerize us. It was evident that the couple wanted their celebration to be stunning, especially after looking at their wedding setup. The wedding was held in a country club with a breathtaking view and a glamorous ballroom setting, perfect for the couple's wedding. Raquelle was dressed in a white ball gown with a corseted bodice, sparkly shoes, and a veil to complete her bridal look. As for her bridesmaids, they were clad in uniform pink dresses that brought a feminine feel to the wedding.

As the couple wanted to go with a garden theme, they decided to fill up the banquet hall with greens and mixed white flowers, adding gold accessories to harmonize the setting. That's not all, they also had candles illuminating the decoration and, to top it off, hung crystals over the dance floor for that extra bling. Take a look at their gleaming album for your needed dose of glam and read the notes from the blushing bride.

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See also: Flowerful Wedding with Shades of White, Peach and Gold

Some words from the bride:

My husband and I met at work and he proposed to me in the sweetest way possible. I was driving home from work and noticed signs that had my name on it which asked me to follow along. It led me to a gazebo in a golf clubhouse and there he was, standing with candles and rose petals everywhere. He was not alone too! Our family members were standing not far away, watching it all happen. He then got on his knee and I said yes! We tried to go with a green garden theme. We both love greenery so we decided to use a lot of it and have our banquet hall filled with greens! We also added a mix of white flowers such as lilies, orchids, roses, hydrangeas, baby's breath, and a few more, to liven up the greenery. We also had candles everywhere, they were even hanging off the greenery! Above our white dance floor we had beautiful long hanging crystals that made everything shine and I asked for lots of gold accessories to make everything come together. The wedding planning was really smooth; I planned the details in only two months before the wedding. It turned out to be a very relaxing and exciting day and we love that all our guests had as much fun as we did. All in all, it was our most unforgettable day so far!


CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Venue: Shenandoah Country
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  • Photography: Wilson Sarkis Photography
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  • Dress & Attire: Julie Vino
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  • Decoration & Lighting:

    Vonre Events

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  • Hair & Makeup: @Makeupbygloria , @Borakalaj

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