Ceremony and Reception: Mother of the Bride's Home in Antigo, WI
The ceremony was a close knit backyard wedding. The groom had constructed a giant arch out of birch trees found on the land and Bank of Memories & Flowers decorated it with a large floral piece across the top, and two side pieces. Lush white hydrangea, granny smith apple green hydrangea, lavender roses, green hydrangea, dark purple stock and lime green hypericum berries complemented the white birch branches.
The arch itself framed a babbling creek in the background and the whole ceremony felt like a picture taken out of a book. The bride wore a short Ivory dress with brown cowboy boots. Her bouquet tied everything together having been made out of the same flowers that the arch had.
The reception was right around the corner, under a tent. Big tissue flower balls hung from the top of the tent and the centerpieces were homemade; a large cylinder vase filled with granny smith apples and a large Z on the outside, for the couples new last name.