Charlotte and Dalton’s Charming Fairy Tale Wedding

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This charming wedding was straight out of a disney fairy tale complete with a horse-drawn carriage and Cinderella white pumpkins. The ceremony was held outdoors at the gorgeous Sweet Haven Barn grounds with the reception in the historic barn that sits on the property surrounded by wheat fields and the sweet smell of country blooms.

Our Brides bouquet was designed in a compact design with a variety of flowers in ivory and pale gray blue tones including ivory playa blanca roses, eryngium, ranunculus, succulents, hydrangea, seeded, silver dollar and gunni eucalyptus with tucks of hops throughout. The handle was wrapped with ivory yarn and accented with pearl pins and the bride’s charm attached. Her groom wore a single small succulent accented by a touch of hops and eucalyptus greenery with white yarn wrapped around the stem.

Designed to perfectly match the brides bouquet the bridesmaids bouquets were designed with  ivory playa blanca roses, eryngium, ranunculus, white hydrangea and a variety of mixed eucalyptus greenery.  The ivory and pale green tones stood out beautifully against their gray blue and sage dresses.  Standing beside the groom the groomsmen wore a small cluster of white spray roses accented by hops and eucalyptus greenery.

All eyes were on the adorable Flower Girl and Ring Bearer as they walked down the aisle.  The Flower Girl wore a small delicate tie-back floral crown designed with a mix of fresh eucalyptus greenery and tied at the back with a white silk ribbon. She carried a small white artificial pumpkin that was decorated with fresh florals at the edges and filled with petals for tossing.  The ring bearer wore a small cluster of white spray roses accented by hops and eucalyptus greenery.

Parents and Grandparents also wore floral adornments.  A small cluster of white spray roses accented by greenery and a touch of ribbon, were designed as wrist corsages for the ladies and a small cluster of white spray roses accented by eucalyptus greenery for the gentlemen.

The entrance to the ceremony was decorated with six arrangements that sat atop barrels.  The arrangements were designed with greenery and blooms that matched the bouquets. As an added accent white, gray and sage pumpkins were tucked in as though they were flowers growing from within. The floral focal point of the ceremony was the striking archway arrangement that was created using  fresh greenery and blooms that sat at the top left corner and right side of the archway provided by the barn. The base of the arrangement was made using salal, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus.  Atop this was a variety of white and blue blooms were placed.  

Fun fairy tale decor was at every turn at this wedding.  A white horse trailer turned into a road pop bar was a fun eye catcher.  To add to its charm arrangements were designed with a mix of fresh greenery, hydrangea, small white pumpkins, roses, eryngium and ranunculus were placed on the top of the wheel well. 

As mentioned earlier this Cinderella themed wedding came complete with a horse-drawn carriage.  This was the real show stopper that was a great backdrop for pictures.  The entrance to the carriage was wrapped with a variety of vines and eucalyptus greenery and accented by fresh blooms to match those that were used throughout the wedding.

Moving inside,  the reception boasted a variety of gorgeous floral decor items as well.  The tables were decorated with centerpieces that were designed using the bride’s artificial pumpkins filled to overflowing with a mix of fresh greenery, hydrangea, small white pumpkins, roses, eryngium and ranunculus.

If you are looking for a fairy tale wedding with country charm this wedding had it all!

Charlotte and Dalton’s Charming Fairy Tale Wedding

Sweet Haven Barn

Dallas Olga Photography

Calyx Floral Design

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