The setting was the beautiful Lion’s Crest at The Biltmore Estates. Sheer green organza chair sashes tied off-center. Different yet still elegant. Orange Vanda Orchids seated in lime green hydrangea were part of the pew markers. Silvery tin lanterns sitting atop glass encased blossoms lined the aisle. Teal paper bags accented with fall foliage. Inside were rose petals for guest to toss as the newlyweds walked down the aisle. No rice…. but petals to throw to celebrate Laurie & Jason’s walk up the aisle. Guest left for cocktails as the room the ceremony was in was transformed into the reception. Blue uplighting that changes as the reception progresses provided by Blue Steele. Above the head table hung two glimmering beaded chandeliers. We transformed our beaded chandeliers using green dendrobium and orange vanda orchids. Every aspect matched perfectly from the gold rimmed goblets to the orange covered seat cushions, even all gold flatware. Every little detail matters. Gold votives and glittering butterflies accented the place settings at the head table. The brides bouquet was simple and elegant with white callas seated in lime green hydrangea, wrapped in white and accented with a brooch.  In the center of each table stood a towering arrangement of natural tree branches growing up and out of our large glass 28″ cylinders. Pomander of tiny green kermit mums. Pomanders of orange roses, green kermit mums, and green hydrangea. A beautiful altar created by suspending sheer fabric from from to ceiling. Silkscreens of trees and clear acrylic pedestals and uplighting provided by Blue Steele set the stage. Graceful arching calla lilies, orange Vanda orchids, Bells of Ireland, green Fuji mums and burnt orange Spicy roses grew up and out of tall tree branches. After the ceremony, the altar was converted into the perfect backdrop for the cake table as you can see in this photo. A beautiful altar created by suspending sheer fabric from from to ceiling. Silkscreens of trees and clear acrylic pedestals and uplighting provided by Blue Steele set the stage. Graceful arching calla lilies, orange Vanda orchids, Bells of Ireland, green Fuji mums and burnt orange Spicy roses grew up and out of tall tree branches. After the ceremony, the altar was converted into the perfect backdrop for the cake table as you can see in this photo.  Thank you Dana Duncan, for the amazing photos. Thank you to Creative Coverings, Jeremy and Ben of Blue Steel, Wildflower Linens, Norma from Distinctive, Rodney Charles, Sweetwater, Nichole and her staff from the Biltmore, Paper Whytes, and the Hulseys for giving us the chance to work at the Biltmore.