From the moment I met Laura, I instantly liked her. She was passionate not only about her wedding plans and the man she loved, but she was also passionate about her flowers. She was not wanting the traditional standard type of arrangements either. She was brave and excited and seriously fond of millionstar gyp (a.k.a. baby's breath). Millionstar gyp is a variety of baby's breath that has many more smaller blooms to it, which makes it much fuller and less weedy. We kept the church and the bridal party in all white/ivory flowers with a bit of green. Laura had a bouquet of hydrangeas tied with an ivory satin bow. The bridesmaids dressed in a pretty coral pink, clasped large puffs of millionstar gyp bouquets tied off with celery satin ribbon. At the church we lined the aisles with wreaths covered in millionstar gyp as well as decorating the podiums with bouquets of gyp and some larger pieces of white & green blooms. Then Laura and Alex decided on a "cocktail party"style reception at the Arizona Country Club. They had various barista tables, some lounge furniture with low tables, a few round tables and a cigar station. At the reception they wanted to add a bit of pink to the mix. There we used two different sized mint julep cups filled with a variety of pink, white & green flowers such as, hydrangea, sweet peas, peonies, garden roses, million star gyp, ranunculus, and dianthus. It was very chic and simple elegance! We LOVED how this wedding turned out.