The only direction we got from Shallon was that she wanted her November wedding at Sunset Terrace to look like a luxurious fall bacchanal meets a classy James Bond film. Sometimes the aesthetic direction we get from clients are pretty vague, but we immediately jumped on it. Sunset Terrace is a blank slate when it comes to decor, so we decided to install some hanging greenery by the dance floor, and lush and asymmetrical pieces for the ceremony. Main floral elements were in shades of deep wine red, white, and dark plum - with peonies, anemones, amaranthus, Queen Anne's lace, and brunia berries, accented by gilded eucalyptus leaves. Fruit like pears and split pomegranates added an organic touch to the tables. Gold-painted books were added as a structural element to the centerpieces - a subtle nod to Shallon being a published author.
Congrats again, Shallon and Brent - this was an amazingly fun wedding to do and you were such an easy bride to work with!
Flowers by Ivie Joy | Photos by Chellise Michael Photography