FRESH EFFECT: Jennigray Hewitt of RiverOaks mixed hydrangea, hypericum berries, large variegated ti leaf, and fern for an earthy green bridesmaid bouquet. Orchids added small pops of purple to coordinate with the attendants’ frocks.
A SAFE BET: The wedding bands, delivered to the altar in a mini moss-filled nest, were secured in place by ivory ribbon.
MIX AND MATCH: The chocolate brown bridesmaids’ dresses all fell just above the knee—their cut, however, varied from maid to maid.
TABLE FOR TWO: Cocktail tables turned RiverOak’s rustic loggia into a lounge area.
NATURE’S BOUNTY: Neutral-colored linens, wooden appointments, and green arrangements were right at home amid the backyard venue.
LET’S WALK: The newlyweds took a sunset stroll down the dock. Behind them dangled RiverOaks’ trademark item—a rustic chandelier draped in Spanish moss.
SHOW SOME LOVE: Logan wore her mother’s vintage wedding gown; Mark, a classic tux from Jean’s Bridal.
WOOD WORKS: The reception’s décor—including wooden accents next to silver vessels holding unpretentious florals—gave the evening an easy elegance.
LET THERE BE LIGHT: When the sun set, candles and cross-crossed strings of bulb lights brightened the backyard.
A FINE FIT: Grand candelabras holding fern centerpieces were well-suited for the open air space.
COOL HUES: Cru Catering garnished colorful refreshments with lemon slices and fresh basil.
A TIER-FUL SIGHT: Real flowers and a skirt of thin sticks tied the cake into the rest of the reception décor.