Going to the Chapel

The month of June is by far one of the most popular months wholesale jerseys for a wedding. At Tipton Hurst this has never been more true than this June. We don’t know if it’s the sunny skies or the fact that peonies are in season, but we’ve got a few favorites to share with you.

Thanks to The Hudsons Modern Photography for these stunning shots of one of our recent weddings wholesale Arizona Cardinals jerseys in Fayetteville, AR.

This bride loved color and lots of glitz and glamour.

White columns flanked the dance floor topped with cylinder vases of orchids and Bells of Ireland.  The bride asked for all bright citrus colors– and she got them!  Watermelon, orange, lemon, lime… it was a wash of color and the touches of rhinestones added drama in key places throughout the event, including the bride’s brilliant bouquet.


Sparkle and charm were everywhere throughout the event, thanks to Tipton Hurst’s own Chris Norwood, AIFD. The round buffets were topped by silver urns, a new rental item to Tipton Hurst brides, and pulled all Notification) of the bride’s favorite wedding elements together. The amazing oversized paper lanterns and white twinkle lights made the dance floor complete.  The lanterns are available for rent to Tipton Hurst brides.

Our friends at Rick’s Bakery placed rhinestone bands along the wedding cake.  What a “wow” effect!

These are a few of Wedding our June favorites from all over Little Rock.


Galvanized French watering cans lined the walkway Miami Dolphins Jerseys to the Roger’s House in downtown Little Rock.  Each was filled with billows of white baby’s breath, a central theme cheap NFL jerseys for this bride’s event.  The front door was festooned with a baby’s breath wreath created by Tipton Hurst designers.

One of our favorite elements of the entire wedding was the amazing bridal bouquet.  It was filled wholesalenfljerseyslan with cabbage roses, peonies, hydrangea, and Dusty Miller.  The collar of curly willow added a very dramatic touch, but kept the bouquet grounded with the bride’s mix of “shabby chic” charm.

Citrus was again a popular theme at a wedding party, celebrating a bride and groom who slipped away for a private wedding, then returned to celebrate with friends and family.  The temporibus Greek Orthodox Church was the setting of the event and guests were greeted by the bright citrus hues used throughout.  This is a great example of having fun with your table linens and really playing up the colors.  We enjoyed working with coordinator Debbie Murphy to make this special occasion happen.




Last, but not least, blue linens were set off by tall vases filled with both cut and whole lemons topped with large floral sprays of citrus colors.  Low blue and white porcelain bowls held lower arrangements on tables.  The Chenal Country Club was decked out both in the lobby for the bride’s cocktail hour as well Looks as in the ballroom.


This summer, we’ll bring you more on some of these amazing events Review and others in the works!

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