For this event we were really inspired by the outdoor green space of Baltusrol Golf Club. The day was gorgeous enough that they were able to take advantage of opening the full length windows in the reception room which really allowed for a garden like environment. We used a simple color palate of whites and greens to emphasize a fresh, clean spring look. We created large scented floral pieces overflowing with seasonal blossoms like lilies, hydrangea, roses and viburnum, to give a soft floral look that countered the manicured green space of the golf course beautifully. We used a gold accent to compliment the metallics the bride had used while creating her stationary for the event, as well as bring in a formal feeling to the garden inspired room. Overall the wedding pulled together wonderfully the flowers soft and garden like design complimented the space beautifully and cohesively pulled the beauty of the outside indoors.
Beautiful garden inspired bouquets of greens and whites, with hydrangeas, roses, hypericum, freesia, lilies, peonies and rannunculous. We wanted to create looser styled bouquets but still formal enough to fit with the long gowns.
Stunning close up of bridal bouquet; lily of the valley, peonies, hydrangea, freesia, hypericum, stock, ranunculous, maiden heair fern and seeded eucalyptus.
Simple rannunculous boutonieres.
Simple flower girl floral crowns.
Large curly willow trees lite with fearie lights used to mark the start and finish of the aisle, and a simple white aisle runner lined with ivory petals.
A simple cube of white hydrangea adds just enough decor to cocktail hour tables.
The gold container and gold mercury glass votives we used tied in elegantly to the gold chivare chairs, silverware and toffee gift boxes the bride and groom used as their favors, the metallic tones bringing just enough formality to the space.
Simple but elegant cake decorations of cascading blush toned roses and cream hydrangea.