Bridesmaids in black dresses, a black sash on a stunning white wedding gown, black vases, black napkins, and even a black calla lily bouquet—no colour just black & white—timeless, stunning, and yes… sexy.
Classic Graydon Hall was the back drop for this formal wedding. A clear fall day allowed the ceremony to take place in the back garden, with cocktails around the fountain, dinner on the picturesque veranda—tented in a ballroom setting, with evening dancing inside the manor.
The guest centrepiece flowers were simple, my favourite—hydrangea. The vases were what made them. The standards for the wedding ceremony showcased some amazing dinner plate white dahlias I had the fortune of finding. The headt able arrangements were low with white hydrangea and white commercial mums. Of course the bride carried black calla lilies with unique broach work, not missing a detail.