Inspired by clean lines, a fresh color palette and the texture of the plants, our aim was to highlight how beautiful simple elements can be.
Alliey Kline, Owner and Lead Planner of Alliey & Co.
Our couple of the hour captivates, she in the off-the-shoulder tulle “Gemini” ball gown by Colby John, he in a soft mauve suit that complements the colors of the day.
Striking stationery turns up the heat with tropical accents. Spikes of foxtail lily and bird of paradise ascend from crisp white planters to add to the equatorial ambience, an exotic element to accent the lush natural surroundings of The LedgeCrest Reserve in De Pere.
Fresh grapefruit and cherries accentuate the loose centerpieces of peonies, ranunculus, lilies, dahlias, and asclepias (which you might know as the butterfly-magnet, milkweed) for a carefree vibe. Top right: Taking a cue from lands of sun and sand, our bride sports a high pony of beachy waves, orchid-inspired statement earrings by Malis-Henderson and peachy highlights on her eyes and lips. Bottom right: Minimalist tableware in white and gold is the perfect pairing with eye-catching linens in bold and breezy pinks.
Metallic rose-gold lines in the seating balance the subtle geometry in the accent wall. Foxtail lily and bird of paradise in the centerpiece boost the drama in an already spectacular tablescape.
Vibrant little boutonnieres add pizazz to the groomsmen’s ensembles in an assortment of ranunculus, asclepias, martagon lilies and sweet pea.
Nestled among sweet pea, ranunculus, roses and foraged vines, locally sourced hot pink peonies from Solaris Farm bring warmth and wow to the bride’s bouquet.
Here’s to an everlasting love! Cocktail hour provides another chance to showcase your style. An enticing array of vibrant tropical drinks perch atop acrylic columns highlighting brilliant arrangements, set off against the sleek monochrome at The LedgeCrest Reserve.