I absolutely love the bunches of grapes arranged around the base of the centerpiece! (Florals by Kathy Wright & Co.)
I thought this bridal portrait was fantastic. The elegance of the Palazzo gown in this wine cellar setting is amazing. (Photography by Garrett Photography.)
Juicy bouquet of orange toned dahlias - can work great for fall or spring! (Floral design by Botanica.)
Tiny bunches of green berries attached to natural wood folding chairs is an inexpensive and still elegant way to bring color to your ceremony aisle. This is something that you could even create on your own - find a local flower market and ask a bridesmaid to decorate the chairs! (Floral design by Botanica.)
L'Auberge Del Mar has a gorgeous view that worked perfectly with the chocolate brown, orange, peach and green hues. I love square tables - if your venue has them - they make simple set ups look more elegant and give you more space to play with.
Square containers can be wrapped in weathered paper or gold leafed for extra rustic elegance. Peach roses, green hydrangea, peach and orange dahlias and green and red hypericum berries continue this fall look. The chcolate brown votive candles are another way to tie your color scheme into the table and dress up basic glass holders.
Mint green fondant is accented with chocolate brown ribbon. Each layer is floating on a bed of green hydrangea, accented with peach roses at the top. (Cake by Fantasy Frosting.)
A variety of textures are incorporated into these green a white bouquets - green hydrangea, green cymbidium orchids, green hypericum berries, white hydrangea and more. (Floral design by Petals by Shell.)
This simple square cake design incorporates chocolate brown ribbon and green cymbidium orchids. The show stopper is the green linen on the table! Spend the money on linens for your cake table - it will be the focal point of many pictures. (Cake by The French Gourmet.)