Krista and Jason

I had the pleasure of being the florist for Krista and Jason’s wedding on August 18, 2012. The ceremony took place at West Columbia First Church of the Nazarene and the reception was held at the lovely Country Club of Lexington.

Krista and her mom Lynda were great to work with. Very easygoing and a lot of fun! They came in with lots of great ideas that incorporated unique and personal touches for Krista and Jason’s special day!

For Krista her 4 bridesmaids that wore black dresses, we made bouquets in shades of pink. They included garden roses, dahlias and gerbera daisies.  For the corsages and boutonnieres we used pink ranunculus.

For the ceremony decorations we made altar arrangements and also attached flowers to the candelabras using snapdragons, roses, lilies, hdyrangeas, gerbera daisies, dahlias and waxflower all in shades of pink.  Krista and Lynda fixed photo frames of both Krista and Jason as they were growing up and attached them to the pews all the way down the aisle. They were adorable and a great addition to the decorations. We added a gerbera daisy to each one and they really turned out cute! I also had the privilege of making an arrangement in a very special vase that has been used in their family weddings for many generations. What a neat tradition!

For the reception we made a vase arrangement for the foyer, a large arrangement for the food table and a centerpiece for each of the guest tables. Chain of Events added beautiful chair covers in the black and hot pink color scheme and they looked awesome!

Their wedding was photographed by the fabulous Liz of Zil Photography and she was kind enough to share some of the photos with me.

Their beautiful cake was made by Dianna Tornow of Aiken, SC.  We enjoyed meeting Dianna and her husband as they were setting up.

Congratulations Krista and Jason!! Thank you for letting me share in your special day!

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