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April 13, 2022 //Real Weddings
One year after their initially planned wedding, S+D had a beautiful destination wedding at Ships Of The Sea Maritime Museum. The couple had to postpone their original plans due to Covid 19 because they and their guests were traveling from Brooklyn, NY. After having a small wedding on their original date in Maine, the couple renewed their vows in a fabulous destination wedding in Savannah with friends and family nearby.
Fun fact, S+D’s wedding took place at the same venue as my wedding reception exactly 11 years later. It was so fun to celebrate the couple on our 11th wedding anniversary!
Modern & Pink Wedding Design
The bride had envisioned a modern and pink wedding design for her wedding at Ships Of The Sea Maritime Museum. To bring this design to life, we used all pink blooms with minimal greenery and modern vessels. The floral centerpieces were paired with sage-colored taper candles for the reception. The one floral item that didn’t have pink was the bridal bouquet, which was designed with all-white blooms and stood out beautifully.
On the day of the wedding, it poured all day. Luckily, it stopped just in time for the ceremony, the skies cleared, and the sun shined down on the happy couple. Our bride looked absolutely stunning in her modern and sleek Carolina Herrera wedding dress as she walked down the aisle. For the wedding ceremony, the couple stood between two modern floral pillars with gold stands and pink florals that were set up at the base of the steps in front of the William Scarbrough House.
We had so much fun working on this floral design for this modern and pink wedding! Over 1200 stems of baby’s breath were used for this event, each of which was individually painted pink by our team. One of our favorite details of the floral design for this wedding at Ships Of The Sea Maritime Museum was the floral installation for the reception. Billowing bundles of pink baby’s breath were suspended along with sparkling disco balls above the dance floor, and the results were more than we could’ve imagined!
Sometimes when plans don’t go as intended, the alternate arrangements can go much better than ever imagined. This was the case with S+D’s postponed Savannah wedding at Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum. After a year of waiting to celebrate the couple, guests traveled to Savannah for this destination wedding, and we were incredibly excited to join in on the festivities. If your original wedding plans don’t go as intended, we will be there for you to help adjust plans and your design so that you can have the wedding of your dreams! Fill out our inquiry form on our website, and we’d be happy to help you bring your floral design to life!
Photographer: Jade + Matthew Take Pictures
Photographer: Les Loups
Photography: Les Loups
Photography: Jade + Matthew Take Pictures
Design + Management: Design Studio South
Venue: Ships Of The Sea Maritime Museum
Hair + Makeup: Royal Makeup and Hair
Cake: Vanilla and the Bean
Caterer: Current Catering
Ceremony + Reception Music: Chances with Wolves
AV Rentals: Advanced AV
Rentals: Eventworks Rentals
Rentals: Ooh! Events
Lighting: JLK Events
Linens: Nuage Designs Inc.
Napkins: BBJ Linen
Wedding Invitation: Idyll Paper
Day of Paper + Signs: Lowcountry Paper Co
Bride’s Dress: Carolina Herrera
Groom’s Attire: Brooklyn Tailors