Kayla + Chris

First off, Congratulations to Kayla and Chris on a beautiful wedding! I know their marriage is built on solid foundation and cannot wait to see their life accomplishments together!

Kayla was my first “destination” wedding, I traveled slightly over two hours to deliver her and her Bridesmaids bouquets! I cannot wait to travel more and cannot thank Kayla for the opportunity to spread my wings!

Please revisit this wedding day with me by scrolling through these AH-MAZING pictures Ashlyn took!

Meet the couple, Mr. + Mrs. Trubey!


Let’s start off with this venue! Obviously this was my first time visiting but I fell in love! And so did my mom! (Thank you, Mom, for going with me and being my right hand!)


Summerour Studio is breathtaking! The courtyard was enchanting, the natural light flooding the rooms was perfect for pictures and the venue itself was full of charm! Literally, if you’re seeking a venue in Atlanta, check out Summerour Studio!

There couldn’t be a better background to show off this dainty, feminine robe!


This BHLDN robe is perfect for wedding day – Kayla is a babe!

shop the link for more BHLDN gowns, robes, lingerie, shoes & accessories!


Next, I must get into the details of Kayla’s dress. She did in fact Say Yes to the Dress by visiting Kleinfeld’s and wore a Pnina Tornai down the aisle!


STOP IT, I’m swooning! Good gracious that gown is DIVINE!! These detail shots are on point, Ashlyn Cathey Kasten!


And here is the Bride’s Squad! Gorgeous!


I cannot explain how much I love neutral palettes.. a few examples – I wear neutral colored clothing and my house is decorated in a neutral palette. What can I say! Blush is totally a neutral color with its earthy tones and less pink than ‘light pink’… and a bonus – most flowers easily go with it! You can find these blush colored Bridesmaids dresses on Lulu’s



I really want to highlight this bouquet for a sec! I used lisianthus, berzelia berries, playa blanca roses, queen anne’s lace and  lysimachia for the blooms. For the greens I used variegated ivy, spiral eucalyptus, sword fern, jasmine vine and very little olive branch.


Look at that Playa Blanca rose! It’s not considered a garden rose but it is a great, less expensive sub that does not disappoint!


Oh, Playa, you have totally outdone yourself here! Love the ruffled petals and large bloom!

Great photo of Kayla’s bouquet


And the bouquet looks perfect between the Mr. + Mrs.


Dawww how sweet are they?! Look at the way Chris is looking at Kayla!


ACPhoto-565A moment of silence regarding that jasmine vine..


…There was a lot of prayer over that vine…

Jasmine vine is by far the most difficult greenery I’ve ever worked with and this was my first time using it. I had to process it three different times to keep as much of it as I could alive! Yes, it is a fragile greenery! Would I use it again?

oh yes.

Look at the way it naturally bends and curves! It truly set this bouquet off.


And before I’m done here, I must throw in flower-unrelated photos from this exit. How original are these photos?! I want to jump in that town car, too!

Seriously whoever thought of balloons is a genius.

Alright everyone! Here’s your finale pic


Congratulations, Chris + Kayla Trubey! Everyone and everything was gorgeous!







Featured Vendor Summary

Photos: Ashlyn Kasten,  Ashlyn Cathey Photography  Website Link |  Instagram Link

Venue: Summerour Studio Website Link  |  Instagram Link

Florist: Brittney Holland, Blue Thistle Website Link  |  Instagram Link

Bride’s Dress: Shop- Kleinfeld’s Designer- Pnina Tornai

Bridesmaids Dresses: Lulu’s


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