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B + D – Omaha

B + D – Omaha

Brittany and Drew were married at the Botanical Gardens. Their wedding was designed with elegant simplicity . Each selection was chosen for its refined beauty and subtle romantic undertones. Their color palette embraced the wedding’s setting with verdant, earth-toned colors that crafted a deeply rooted ambiance.

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Flowers took center stage in this botanical celebration. Ivory blossoms were set against rich, textured greens, punctuated with soft blue and mocha tones for contrast.

Guests either strolled or took trams through the botanical gardens, a fitting preview of the wedding’s nature theme. Beneath a natural canopy of trees, the ceremony offered both visual intimacy and shade. The existing paved path became the wedding aisle, with floral touches adorning the chairs to enhance its charm. Musicians, set beside a trickling water feature, added a soothing background note.

Post-ceremony, guests were treated to a cocktail hour in the Victorian Gardens with live music, before proceeding to the reception via tram.

Fulfilling the bride’s vision, overhead lighting brought a soft glow to the reception. Decorative supports, finished in a warm bronze to complement the wooden dining tables, held the lights. The eye was instinctively drawn upwards by the strategic placement of decorative baskets, while the room shimmered under a dense blanket of delicate string lights.

Dark-stained wooden tables paired with bentwood chairs highlighted the light floral arrangements. The absence of table linens was balanced by textured centerpiece vessels. Pears and tomatillos, adding a rustic touch, mingled with the family-style food presentation items. Modern yet inviting table settings were achieved with sage green ceramic china, paired with pewter flatware and warm-hued glassware.

The stationery combined modern design with soft color tones, enhanced by letterpress printing for added texture.

The dance floor, conveniently placed between the bar and lounge, served as a gathering point. Around it, soft seating arrangements were complemented by ceramic vessels filled with blooms. The bar, enhanced by a backdrop of floral arrangements, provided a visual counterpoint.

A four-tier cake, finished in light blue buttercream, showcased edible flowers in the wedding’s color scheme.

Under a canopy of lights, guests celebrated Brittany and Drew’s union, marking a night of merriment and shared memories.


Abigail Lewis