Marleigh & Blake – An Elegant May Wedding

In May of 2009, I had the privilege of being involved with the wedding of Marleigh and Blake. Marleigh wanted a wedding that was full of southern charm and style, but with clean lines and soft blue tones. With the use of fresh hydrangeas in bright white, lime green and soft blue, we were able to create a beautiful and elegant wedding.

The wedding ceremony took place at the little Chapel at The Bethesda Home for Boys on a Saturday afternoon. Despite the drizzle of rain, the wedding was full of fun, laughter and love. Below are some images taken by the photographers, Shannon Vo and Catherine Arntzen of Arntzen Vo Images.

A true Southern wedding that was so elegant. Marleigh is very tall, so she was able to pull off anything. Her bouquet was especially large because she was so tall, but it made her look even more beautiful. Her bouquet was made of white hydrangeas, white peonies, white freesia, white lisianthus, light blue delphinium, and white stock. The bouquet was hand tied with white double faced satin ribbon and studded with pearl pins.

An intimate Rehearsal Dinner was held at Garibaldi’s Cafe in Downtown Savannah and the Reception was held at The Savannah Golf Club. The wedding cake came from Baker’s Pride in Savannah. Pralines from River Street Sweets were packaged in white boxes and tied with matching blue ribbon.

The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Steve Schulte and ceremony music was provided by Leslie Adair, a harpist and piano player. DJ Don Scott provided the music for the reception.

Thanks Marleigh & Blake for allowing me to play a part in your special day.


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