Mary Parker and Whitâs wedding displayed an excess of color, pattern, and texture for an idyllic garden party wedding in Tallahassee. Mural wallpaper from a popular Florida hotel became a central theme for the coupleâs wedding planning; pastel tones filled their celebration from mismatched bridesmaid dresses to an unbelievable tented reception overflowing with flowers.
Keep reading to see how floral prints and patterns dazzled thought the entire day! All photography captured by Woodland Fields Photography.
Florida wedding venue perfect for a garden wedding
Are you looking for a Tallahassee, FL wedding venue? Scroll down this post to review Goodwood Museum & Gardens is a beautiful spot to celebrate and host your memorable event.
You can see the pink mural design in the couple’s gorgeous garden party style invitations by Dear Elouise.
Even the bride’s dress was floral
Bride Mary Parker wore a breathtaking floral wedding dress from Beccar that included a large lace applique pattern set over blush-toned lining, which matched the essence and feeling of effortless beauty created by hair and makeup by Sarah Norris and Haus of Beauty Tallahassee.
Mismatched ruffled bridesmaid dresses
Mary Parker’s bridesmaids wore the prettiest mix of dresses in complementary floral prints with a ruffled garden-like spirit. Whit and his groomsmen complemented their bright pastel style in timeless black tuxedos from The Black Tux.
The bridal party’s attire matched perfectly with their stunning blush bouquets by Missy Gunnels Flowers. You’ll love the florals they created for the reception!
Classic church ceremony
Mary Parker and Whit wed in a classic church ceremony at St. Johns Episcopal Church. Although the venue boasts its own gorgeous architecture, florals popped behind and groom to tie the garden party theme of the day together. JGE Bridal Team coordinated this beautiful wedding celebration!
“Mary Parker and Whit shared an extensive list of mutual friends. The summer after graduation, Mary Parker was visiting friends and cousins in Atlanta. As fate would have it, the kickball team her friends played for was short a person and needed a sub. After much back and forth, Mary Parker agreed to play. Whit had also been recruited by friends to cover during that game. The group went out after their match, where Mary Parker and Whit immediately felt a strong connection. Thanks to their mutual friends, Whit couldnât stop talking about Mary Parker and acquired her number. The couple went on their first date a few days later. Mary Parker often assisted with her family business to create content for upcoming seasons. During a product photoshoot week in August with a Christmas Eve theme, Whit tagged along to help out. He snuck away to the adjoining field and convinced a very exhausted Mary Parker to help him look for his âlostâ keys. Exasperated and tired, she reluctantly joined him, only to reveal a proposal in the field of Spanish moss-covered oak trees.”
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Chic custom plate wedding favors
When guests arrived at Goodwood Museum and Gardens they were greeted with an incredible cocktail hour full of custom details. Their chic and unique wedding favors comprised of unique monogrammed plates to remember the day!
The wedding bar backdrop was a custom mural inspired by their original wallpaper centered design. The couple transformed the interior of the venue with dark green fabrics from Swag Decor and brought in live trees. A custom monogram also left its mark, printed on napkins, plates, and table signage; printed pieces were designed by Karmanos Printing.
Pastel tented garden party reception
The party moved to the reception tent, gorgeously styled by John Gandy Events, where bright pink flowers from coral to magenta matched the vibrant greenery in perfect harmony. These florals by Missy Gunnels Flowers and pastel color palette perfectly coordinated with the wallpaper theme, which created a continuous stream of cohesive hues. A remarkable floral installation in the center of the tent combined the notion of color, movement, and texture of their day.
We love the blend of vintage Florida style with the stunning garden party aesthetic. Lighting and logistics for the space were coordinated by Rick Ott Performance and Production and Production Support Group; rentals were provided by In Tents Events.
Even the stunning five tier wedding cake by Artistic Confections was in full bloom with lush floral details – how cute is the couple’s illustration featured on the cake table!
These dance floor accessories were too cute – Mary Parker looks adorable in heart shaped shades!
Congratulations Mary Parker and Whit! Be sure to check out the full gallery of images by Woodland Fields Photography below for even more floral garden party inspiration.
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