This wedding reception at the Chrysler Museum of Art was clean, simple, and beautiful!
The bride requested that all flowers - bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces consist of a single type of white flowers with no greenery. The bride carried white peonies ( a find in July), the maids, white french tulips, and the men wore white freesia. The pews were marked with white hydrangea and altar pieces consisted of french tulips in a base of hydrangea (slight breaking of the rule).
Centerpieces were white dendrobium orchids. Uplighting and pin spotting by Blue Steel Lighting Design highlighted the florals and gave the room a soft glow.
White phaelenopsis orchids accent the cake. Silver dotted ribbon on the candles mimic the design on the cake.