A Four Seasons St. Louis Wedding in St. Louis, Missouri

Becca and Phil wanted their wedding at the Four Seasons in St. Louis, Missouri to reflect both of their personalities. Working with a navy, ivory, mos

Becca and Phil wanted their wedding at the Four Seasons in St. Louis, Missouri to reflect both of their personalities. Working with a navy, ivory, mossy green and blue color palette with gold and silver accents, the couple created a Kate Spade inspired theme that worked perfectly with the elegant, formal aesthetic of the wedding. Fun details like wooden airplanes brought a playfulness to the sophisticated decor.

Guests placed their well wishes and advice for the newlyweds into miniature envelopes inside the guestbook.
The ballroom at the Four Seasons provided an ideal space for Becca and Phil's elegant reception. The couple worked with an ivory, champagne, gold, blue and green color palette, which they incorporated into every detail from the textured linens to the showy floral arrangements and lighting for a sophisticated, Kate Spade inspired look.
The bridesmaids wore floor-length, navy, one-shoulder gowns with ruched bodices. They each accessorized with matching Kate Spade earrings and gold bracelets.
Becca and Phil worked with Cheree Berry Paper to create their own Kate Spade-inspired stationery. The invitations were in a square style with traditional, letter press, script typeface in navy and gold. The insides of the invitations were a gold, navy and green specked pattern reminiscent of Kate Spade's Twirl collection.
The ceremony program books were decorated with a gold fleck pattern, custom monogram and navy ribbon for a Kate Spade inspired look.
Metallic shades of champagne and silver tied together the patterned linens and textured chargers at each setting.
Becca's cascade bridal bouquet had a fresh, garden feel with white cornflower, orchids and roses in shades of ivory, white and green. The bouquet was arranged on a gilded tussy mussy, a Victoria era metal hand-held vase.
At the center of the escort card table was an elaborate floral display of white and blue hydrangeas, delphiniums, bells of ireland and orchids arranged over modern glass vases filled with blue airplanes, a nod to Phil's work in the aerospace industry.
Becca and Phil chose to hold their wedding at the Four Seasons because of the stunning view of downtown St. Louis from the rooftop terrace where they held their ceremony. The couple exchanged vows under a modern wooden arbor draped with airy white fabric.
Phil's boutonniere was filled with a bright mix of blue delphiniums, cornflower and green hypernicum berries.
Each bridesmaid carried a loose, hand-tied bouquet filled with a mix of roses, hydrangeas, astilbe and hypernicum berries in shades of ivory, blue and bright green.
The table numbers were written in an elegant script typeface and had a navy striped border to match the menu cards.
The glower girl matched her bright floral pomander with a flower crown made from baby's breath, hypernicum berries, cornflowers and roses in white, blue, green and blush.
The simple four-tiered fondant cake was decorated with an asymmetric cascade of white sugar flowers and a single crystal accent. Becca and Phil chose a confetti flavor for the cake (her favorite) and also offered a chocolate cake with salted caramel icing (Phil's choice).