For the wild, organic bouquet look that Erin loves, she suggests opting for rambling rose branches, raspberry greens, or thornless blackberry vines as opposed to stiff and straight stems like boxwood or privet.
“The stunning table arrangements were my favorite part of the décor,” Liz says. “I cannot give enough praise to my wedding planner, Pure Luxe Bride, and my florist, Branch Design Studio.” Photo by Dana Cubbage
Seashell Seating Cards Instead of numbers to assign guests their tables, use names of seashells. Each type of shell represents a different table. Arrange seating cards and shells on aqua fabric to give the impression of water.