For this wedding we wanted to highlight a clean crisp summer feeling by utilizing a palate of bright whites and greens. Using seasonal flowers like ranunculous, freesia, hypericum, stock flower, roses, lisianthus and blueplurum we were able to create a crisp clean look that sat nicely against the beauty of the gold course background. We utilized all clear glass and strong classic greenery to highlight the fresh, light summer feeling we were going for with this event. By keeping the color palate with just whites and greens we were able to convey a simple yet elegant beauty for this stunning event!
Simple Elegant Summer Wedding in Creams and Whites
For this wedding we wanted to highlight the fresh feeling of early summer. With a simple color palate of creams, greens and whites to compliment the outdoor beauty of Baltusrol Golf Club. The early summer bouquets were delicately simple hand tied bouquets of viburnum, ranunculous, peonies, stock flower. blueplurum, hypericum, freesia and roses. For the ceremony we wanted to create a simple lighted branch structures in large urns that would be simple accents in the historic club room. The day of the wedding was the perfect crisp early summer day so we were able to use the amazing open window feature of the ballroom to allow the outdoors to come in. We captured an elegantly simple look with low gold pedastal vases of white and green flowers, that included lilies, freesia, peonies and hyacinths, which added a lovely light floral fragrance to the space. Overall we were able to accent this perfect wedding day with light and fragrant white and greens blooms to create a lovely summer wedding!
For this wedding we wanted to channel a very classic bridal glamour. We kept the color scheme very simple with whites, creams, blush and grey greenery and used accents of silver, candles and mercury glass to create a glowing romantic feel. We balanced the opulence of the ballroom with tall silver stands with large bouquets at the top of round tables and created long tablescapes of blooms across with a mix of taper and votive candles across the table. For the bouquets we kept it simple to go the with elegant black bridesmaid's dresses, simple ivory and cream roses and for the bride we opted for ivory, peonies, blush roses and a hint of lavender limonium to go with the silver detailing of her stunning gown. Overall we created stunning, simple, romantic, classic wedding for this amazing couple!
For this wedding we wanted to capture a romantic lacey whites and greens look with the flowers. The Bouquets were a mix of ivory and blush full tissuey flowers with accents of sage greenery, beautifully complimented the bride's lace gown and the bridesmaids soft blush ones. For the ceremony we accented a simple welcome sign the bride had created with a garland of flowers and lined the outdoor courtyard aisle with white lanterns (complete with lace detailing) and ivory rose petals. The reception was set against the neutrally beautiful background of the Olde Mill Inn we utilized romantic garlands of eucalyptus and babies breath on on vintage cake plate stands with white pillar candles in the middle and votives on the table to create a stunning romantic glow. The sweetheart table was the focal point of the evening combining the lacey and green quality of the centerpieces with the lush tissuey flowers of the bouquets. Overall we were able to create a stunning vintage, lacey romantic display for this amazing couple!
For this wedding we wanted to concentrate on creating a lush romantic garden feeling for this early summer bride. We stayed with a simple palate of ivory, whites and blush using seasonal flowers such as peonies, spray roses, garden roses, eucalyptus, lisianthus, scabiosa, astilbee and hydrangeas. To achieve a sophisticated garden feeling we created stunning garlands of different varieties of eucalyptus and utilized them in both the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception areas. We also pulled in a romantic element with lots of soft fabrics and specialty draping. We created a simple backdrop of white fabric for the ceremony, and beautifully draped the entrances of sheer white fabric to the cocktail hour and reception, we also utilized blush pink linens for the tables to warm up the space and bring in the color palate more. We used wooden containers and candles to accent the simple barn structures at the beautiful Sussex County Fairgrounds. Overall we were able to create a stunning, elegant, romantic garden event for this amazing couple!
For this wedding we really wanted to concentrate on juxtaposing the industrial/ hard surfaced look of the space with soft, open blossoms and soft candlelight. We used feminine shades of blush and ivory with pillowy soft blooms of hydrangea, peonies, roses, spray roses and ranunculous with velvety dusty miller accents. We utilized a lot of candlelight in the space to create a warm, glowing romantic feeling.
For this wedding we really concentrated on using the style and granduer of the space at Maplewood Country Club to it's full potential. We created stunning garden floral displays in shades of blush and ivory offset with a hint of cool lavender and lush dark greenery. All of the containers, chargers, signage was done in a champagne gold meant to compliment the neutral palate of the space and give a bit of formality to the early spring garden floral arrangements. We used every spring flower that we could find in the market to create this floral champagne fairy tale wedding.
Event Decor: Candlesticks, Glass, Rose Gold, Soft Grey Linens, Garlands, Draping Greenery and Florals, Ribbons
Ceremony: Catholic, Church of Immaculate Conception, Montclair
Rustic Woodland Foliage
For this wedding we wanted to highlight the antiquated woodland charm of the venue Waterloo Village. We used a simple palate of peaches, creams and whites with lush petal heavy florals of garden roses, ranunculous, stock flower, and chrysanthemums juxtaposed against seasonal dark greenery like magnolia and eucalyptus. For the centerpieces we opted for a garland design to compliment the long wooden tables and the family style entree service. Simple garlands of magnolia, baby's breath and eucalyptus were to perfect rustic adornment to the space. Our goal for this wedding was to accent the natural beauty of the scenery while adding a bit of romance with soft, delicate garden florals.
Ceremony: Non Denominational, Outside at Waterloo Village
Rustic Barnyard Elegance
For this event we were really concentrating on the idea of rustic barnyard elegance. We used simple designs, rustic flowers and vintage elements to create the look of the day. For the bride's bouquet we used soft flowers like peonies, garden roses, and artemesia against the more structured flowers like eucalyptus, scabiosa and succulents to create an elegant textured design. For the bridesmaids bouquets we used soft white blooms with grey greenery to give a simpler design. To create a start to the aisle for the ceremony we used vintage grey doors and lined the aisle with metal buckets of hydrangea and babies breath (which we then transfered to the tables for the reception.) Inside the barn we used linen runners and a mix of metal buckets (from the ceremony) and vintage glass bud vases (with simple white flowers) to go down the length of the farmhouse table. We also created burlap wrapped succulents for the couple which doubled as both a placecard as well as a favor for the guests. Overall we were able to accent the rustic beauty of the barn with simple vintage inspired designs!
For this wedding we wanted to keep with a simple/ lightly floraled look. Our bride loved the idea of using long garlands of eucalyptus, succulents and a few peach colored flowers down the oval tables at the beautiful and scenic Rock Island Lake Club. The ceremony unfortunately had to go inside due to inclement weather but we were able to bring the outdoors in with a think garland of greenery accented by a small crescent of ivory and peach flowers. For the bridal bouquet she wanted it to feel feminine and organic so we stuck with a pale palate of peaches, ivories and sage greens and included peonies, berries, spray roses, succulents and garden roses to give a full but simple look. Overall we were able to accent the beautiful style and scenery of the venue to give a simple organic chic look.
Styles: Early Summer, Romantic, Garden, Lush Open Petals, Greenery
Colors: Peach, Pale Pink, Ivory, Sage, Greens
Event Decor: Candlesticks, Glass, wooden boxes, lush open florals, lots of greenery, bright colors
Glitter and Lace Photoshoot
For this photoshoot we decided to play around with the idea of glitter and lace. For the flowers I choose a soft muted palate of roses and spray roses accented by soft greenerys and filler flowers. I felt the blush, cream and dusty lavender colors contrasted enough with the gunmetal linens and silver glitter but complimented the soft ivory lace accents. For the glassware I wanted to create visual interest and combine the glitter, lace and silvery metal looks. I used antique cut glass bud vases and lace wrapped votives to pull in a vintage romantic look as well as mirrored vases, glitter bud vases and mercury glass to ground the look and compliment the cool grey tablecloth for our imagined sweetheart table/ dessert table.
For this wedding we wanted to compliment the beauty of the backyard surroundings (the pool, the tent, the pool house) and combine the colors of the couple's alma mater Georgetown, navy and grey. The bridal party included both bridesmaids (in navy) and groomsladies (grey) so we created a simple antique inspired color palate of ivory, pale peach, sage greenery and cream to go with both styles and accent the bride's vintage inspired lace dress. For the centerpieces we created classic bowl arrangements of "fresh from the garden" flowers to compliment the beautiful outdoor space in the same color scheme as the bridesmaid bouquets. Other design elements included a classic baby's breath arch, navy table linens, and amazing candlelight pool floats. All the elements coming together to create a simple classic outdoor wedding for this fantastic couple!
Design Elements: Silver Mint Julep containers, classic urn glass, navy pintuck overlays, Navy and lace napkin details, archway, pool floats, candlelight
Simple Navy and White
For this wedding we wanted to keep things simple and utilize a color palate of blush, navy, white and green. For the bride we used a mix of seasonal hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and hypericum in whites blush and green to create a stunningly simple rounded look. For the bridesmaids we omitted the blush flowers so it wouldn't blend into their dresses. For the tables we utilized a blue table linen and created simple square vases of green and white hydrangeas and roses with a simple line of navy ribbon around the base of the vase and the matching square candles. We created a lovely but simple preppy look to accent the elegant beauty of the Stonehouse Ballroom.
Flowers: Hydrangea, mini green hydrangea, stock flower, roses, spray roses, peonies
Event Decor: Squares, accenting navy ribbons, candles, navy linens
Ceremony: Nondenominational, Outside Stonehouse
Preppy Southern Style
For this wedding the bride gave us one direction, "I want it simple and I like blue." We took that instruction and ran with it, we created a simple bouquet of hydrangea, berries, roses and callas for the bride, giving her "something blue" to hold. For the bridesmaids we used some ivory roses and green berries to compliment the simple chiffon navy dresses and for our flower girls we used a youthful creation of ranunculous and hydrangea, accented with a navy bow to give a sophisticated girlishness to the bouquets. For the ceremony we stuck with a lot of white with navy accents, from the hydrangeas with navy ribbon on the pews to the aisle runner which was simply adorned with a basic monogram and navy stripes going up the sides. For the reception we kept with the same idea, simple high and low arrangements of blue green and white hydrangea accented with navy chargers, stripes on the vases and candles, runners and napkins. Overall we were able to create a beautiful blue wedding while keeping with the bride's simple request!
For this wedding we wanted to concentrate on keeping with the colorful feeling of summer. We used tones of corals, peaches, oranges and pinks for the bridal party to pop off of their bright royal blue chic summer dresses. For the ceremony (because the couple had an interfaith service we needed to expand the size of the chuppa to accommodate both the couple and two officiants) we allowed the large structure adorned with simple greenery and peach flowers to be the focal point as they looked out across the golf course, with simple bouquets of baby's breath tied with lace to the chairs. During the reception we incorporated more jewel tones of blue, purple and hot pink while accenting with simple glass cake plates and glass bowls to keep a clean fresh look to the pieces. For favors we created adorable succulents wrapped in burlap to act as both a placecard setting and wedding favors. All these colorful summer elements coming together to create a stunning sunset wedding!
Ceremony: Interfaith, Patio at Brooklake Country Club
Ribbon and Garland Romance
For this wedding we wanted to concentrate on creating organic feeling pieces with late summer sunset colors. For the bride's bouquet we created a gorgeous mix of roses, garden, roses, spray roses, stock flower, astilbee and tweedia with eucalyptus greenery and accented it with long blue ribbons to give her a romantic garden feeling to her bouquet. We were perfectly able to match the bridesmaid's dress colors to the the ribbons to give a cohesive look to everything. For the Ceremony the couple built their own arch (for them to have at their home later on) which we accented with a garland look of flowers and ribbons including seasonal summer hydrangeas, roses, spray roses, hypericum, stock flower, eucalyptus and delphinium. For the reception we created a one of a kind romantic sweetheart table with a long floral garland across the table, a "wild" garden piece below, candles a Mr and Mrs sign and of course lots of rose petals in the summer sunset colors. For the long farmhouse guest tables we used vintage cut glass containers and candles with eucalyptus loosely draped across the table to create centerpieces that both filled the large tables, but were also easy to manipulate to accommodate the family style dinner. Overall we were able to keep an elements the elements of a romantic, whimsical garden throughout the event.
For this wedding we really wanted to focus on creating a color story with our florals. We move from the bride and groom with deep plum and burgundy toned flowers, to the bridal party and the ceremony with tones of burgundy, antique pink and ivory to the reception in all ivory and whites, this helped add visual interest to the spaces and distinction. We utilized a lot of roses, spray roses, garden roses, hydrangeas, baby's breath and eucalyptus to create this beautiful romantic winter wedding in the beautiful ballroom at the Olde Mill Inn.
For this wedding we were really focused on the color scheme the bride gave us of plum, ivory and pale sage greenery. The dresses she had selected are a deep plum which we matched with the flowers we used in the bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces. For the bride's bouquet we added special photo charms and wedding rings from her grandparents as a personalized touch to the handle. For the ceremony at the Palace in the main entrance room we reused 6 of the centerpieces on tall columns to help define the space and dress it up, while reusing the pieces in the reception so as not to be wasteful. For the reception the bride opted for tall centerpieces to compliment the height ceilings of The Palace in the plum and ivory color scheme for added effect and drama, the bride washed the room in soft a plum lighting scheme. The pieces included such fall flowers as hydrangeas, mums, roses and spray roses.
For this wedding we really wanted to work with the "wine" color scheme, ranging from a deep pinot noir color to a pale blush. The Sangria color of the bridesmaid's dresses and tablecloths at the Stonehouse really served as a starting point for our design. With classic wedding flowers such as orchids, calla lilies, garden roses, baby's breath, spray roses, hydrangeas, stock flower and roses in the wine themed color scheme we were able to accent the deep sangria tone while still maintaining a light and airy look to the event.