St. Benedict the Abbot Catholic Church in McMurray, Pa. was the setting for a beautiful and classic wedding ceremony. Soft white and blush pink flowers decorated the altar and the pews for a very traditional ceremony.
The bride carried a bouquet of opening white garden roses and cream roses accented with eucalyptus for a simple and elegant look. The bridesmaids carried a more airy design of colored roses, accented with seeded eucalyptus, a more contemporary design.
Once the ceremony concluded, the guests made their way to the Southpointe Golf Club for the fun and beautiful reception. The guests were greeted by a tall place card table arrangment consisting of hydrangeas, roses, willow branches, and greens in a tall trumpet riser vase.
Moving into the ballroom, two types of centerpieces were used on alternating tables. The shorter centerpieces contained hydrangeas, roses, and seeded eucalyptus for a fresh classy, lush & full look. The taller centerpiece created interest in the room with its tall willow branches peeking out of hydrangea blooms and seeded eucalyptus greens, taking advantage of the tall ceilings in the ballroom.
This wedding encompassed the classic look and feel of a traditional wedding while indulging the guests in an elegant experience. We had enjoyed visiting the Southpointe Golf Club and look forward to our next trip there. Congratulations again to our Bride and Groom!
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