A Traditional Green-and-White Wedding in Missouri
The Bride and Groom
The Forest Park Visitor Center is transformed with a few affordable enhancements, including wreath-topped stacks of boxes, wrapped in imported papers and ribbons, to serve as table numbers; potted dusty miller, later planted in the mother of the bride's garden, adds a verdant note to the table.
The scrolled artwork on the stationery suite made its way onto many other paper elements, including a take-home notepad. Stationery by Two Blue Doors.
The Bride and Her Bridesmaids
The bride and her bridesmaids pose in front of the pond at the St. Louis Art Museum, site of David's proposal. The bridesmaids wore dresses by Coren Moore.
Bridal Party Gifts
Bridesmaids received gifts wrapped in luxurious paper.
Pre-made wired fabric garlands are twisted and arranged to form the bride and groom's initials on homemade ribbon napkin rings. Catering by Catering St. Louis.
A single white tulip graces David's lapel, a nod to the wedding's springlike feel and palette. Flowers by Bloomin' Buckets.