May 26, 2019
It started with a creative idea from wedding planner Lisa Stoner, of Lisa Stoner Events, and concluded with a one-of-a-kind showpiece that brought beauty and wow to Isabelle and Sam’s wedding at The Ribault Club on Fort George Island.
Having previously worked with Sam’s family for his sister’s wedding, Lana was ecstatic to create floral for the family once again. And with Lisa’s extraordinary vision, paired with the look of the classic estate, it was sure to be one for the books.
And it was.
Thanks to what we like to call the “tree of love” - for both the love that it took to create it as well as the love that was pronounced under it - this design was the jewel look of the day.
The regal old tree that sits majestically on the estate was the backdrop for the ceremony and was to be turned into a modern chuppah. Brightly colored floral would drape one side while traditional white fabric would complete it on the other.
The result was one of awe.
Peonies, white day lilies, blue delphinium, hydrangea, a variety of roses, and garden greens were meticulously adhered to the tree for a lush eye-catching piece. It took just under five hours to complete and was a stunning scene.
The couple married under the tree which gave way to a romantic and cheerful ceremony. Isabelle carried a bouquet of white and dusty rose floral with delicate garden accents and Sam wore a complementing boutonniere.
For the reception, guests enjoyed a beautiful outdoor reception where wood farm tables made the complementing low floral pieces and tall candlesticks pop. The dream look was one of organic beauty and love in this North Florida setting.
Not only was it a delight to reunite with Sam’s family, but we are honored to have been requested to make this wedding vision come to life!