In the midst of proposal writing for our 2015 brides, we’re noticing a lot of green
and white color palettes. Green and white lend themselves so easily to
Nantucket’s gorgeous backdrop, we couldn’t help but share a look back at a wedding
that we did at the Great Harbor Yacht Club with Brea McDonald Photography.
With a hint of navy – in the linens and the bridesmaid’s dresses, our bride had a
simple but elegant palette of green and white with fluffy end-of-summer blooms.
Their ceremony took place on the lawn, with the ocean behind them offering them and their guests quite the view on this late summer day. Vases filled with hydrangea and geranium leaf hung from the ceremony chairs while her maids carried petite bouquets of hydrangea, roses and hypericum berries. The bride’s bouquet was full and fluffy with roses, hydrangea, lady’s mantle and hypericum berries that provided an effortless look against the beautiful Nantucket scenery.
Inside the reception the tables were dressed with Navy linens where our green and white floral designs popped off the table in their silver vessels (some lent to the bride by friends and family!)
With simple nautical touches in the table names and menus, Charlotte and Chris stayed classic and clean for their wedding design.
The couple and their guests danced the night away nibbling on one
of Pam Goddard’s delicious cake creations.
Venue: Great Harbor Yacht Club
Photographer: Brea McDonald Photography
Floral Design: Soirée Floral
Hair & Makeup: Darya Salon
Dress: Monique Lhuillier
Cake: A Piece of Cake, Pam Goddard