A Discussion of Details
The portraits from Georgette and Thomas’ Oxford Exchange wedding in downtown Tampa looks like they could have come from an editorial photo shoot. The deep burgundy color story and romantic vintage detailing added to the feel.
And after working with Georgette on floral designs for her bridal shower, our Tailored Twig design team really understood her style.
She looked incredible in her lace A-Line wedding dress with a sweetheart neckline. Her custom-tailored bridal bouquet of blueberry and quicksand roses, purple anemone, burgundy clematis black scabiosa and purple waxflower also incorporated red designer amaranthus and nigella pods for texture. Her sliver satin Manolo Blahnik pumps were the perfect accent.
The bridal party’s bouquets of ivory Vendela and quicksand roses with fresh cut Agonis branches popped against their shimmering deep burgundy dresses.
Thomas and his wedding party looked sharp in their dark suits with burgundy pocket squares and matching burgundy boutonnieres with green thistle accents.
The couple’s wedding portraits on the wooden staircase lined with greenery and pillar candles looks like they stepped out of a magazine.
The entrance to the reception space was set with a round entry table containing a modern glass welcome sign, guest book and a lot of candles in vintage mercury glass vessels. A tall bronze tone urn with a lush arrangement of burgundy florals and thick cascading greenery accented the entry.
The industrial table top of the Oxford Exchange’s dining room was set with unique eclectic tablescapes that incorporated flickering candles in mercury glass containers, gold toned vessels in modern geometric shapes and clear Venetian glass budvases. Each vessel held unique botanicals in shades of deep burgundy and red along with textured greenery, Spanish moss and long streaming pheasant feathers.
Chunky modern table numbers and vintage keys connected to each guest’s place card added more texture to the tablescapes.
Georgette and Thomas’ sweetheart table continued the elements found on each tablescape. Nigella pods, burgundy snapdragons and deep ruby red hanging amaranthus added a lot of texture to the arrangements. The fabulous high backed, domed chairs lined in tweed were the perfect paring to the couple’s sweetheart table.
The newlywed’s four-tiered wedding cake was displayed against the rustic vine covered, whitewashed brick wall. The unique colors and textures of each of the cake’s layers were accented by the black scabiosa, purple anemone and pheasant feathers.
Congratulations Georgette and Thomas, we know your wedding was picture perfect!
We look forward to the honor of working with you and for your guests to forge lasting memories