Amazing attention to detail is behind the success of this Merion Tribute House wedding with flowers by Amaranth Florist. The exquisite and small detail in Lauren’s dress is mirrored in the tiny flowers in her bouquet. The dark background and stonework, of the Main Line’s most prestigious location, provides the perfect contrast to this white color scheme. We raise our glass to Laura Caporizzo Photography for her birds-eye shot of this stunning couple. All eyes are on the bride in this photo showcasing her train’s flowery pattern and elegant bouquet. Thank you for allowing Amaranth Florist to be a part of your special day!
This was a beautiful fall wedding in November for Kate and David at one our of favorite locations, The Merion Tribute House. We love the photos of the couple posing on the beautifully kept grounds. Allison Dunn, Philadelphia Photographer did an amazing job capturing the unique wedding bouquet.
What a beautiful day for this beautiful couple to get married at the Merion Tribute House, PA. We love this falling down “messy” bouquet with bright, vivid flowers for this Cinco De Mayo theme. Cait & Jason have some amazing memories captured in photos by Ardita Kola Photography
Review of Amaranth Florist by the bride: “Love Amaranth and Loretta! We had the most gorgeous, bright colored bouquets for our cinco de mayo wedding! Plus, the tables were set up just as I’d envisioned . Top notch! Thank you. 🙂 Cait Humienny
Another beautiful Merion Tribute House wedding, located just a few miles from Amaranth Florist. This vivid rose bouquet turned out absolutely stunning against the bride’s fur stole and detailed white wedding dress. These gorgeous stand out roses opened perfectly for Cathy and Jack’s Wedding. Photos by Todd, a wedding photographer in Bryn Mawr, PAess.
This week’s featured wedding is Addie and Loukas’ from October. Their ceremony and reception were both at the Merion Tribute House in Lower Merion, Pa. The Tribute House is one of our favorite venues for weddings; from it’s history and architecture to it’s recently remodeled landscaping, it’s an all-over beautiful place. Addie’s wedding was no exception, and her flower choices were perfect. Burgundy calla lilies, red roses, and two varieties of red dahlias created a dramatic and striking bridal bouquet:
Valerie and Trevor were married in August of 2014 at the Merion Tribute House. I knew as soon as I read over her floral proposal I was going to love making these bouquets (remember my undying love of texture?). Valerie actually brought in some of the greenery used in the bouquets from her back yard, it couldn’t have matched her color scheme any better! The elegant garden-look worked so well with the Merion Tribute House’s atmosphere.
The bridal bouquet had two varieties of white dahlias (one just white and one with yellowish centers), creme roses with pale yellow centers, white ranunculus, pale yellow hypericum berries, grey brunia berries, dusty miller, and seeded eucalyptus. The bridesmaids were very similar to the bride, just without the dahlias and the addition of scabiosa pods. I loved the way the bridesmaids bouquets looked against their slate dresses, the dusty greenery looked perfect!
There are a ton more photos from Valerie and Trevor’s wedding over on our facebook page, be sure to check them out!
Meagan and Rhett were married in November of last year (side note: Happy New Year! I’m still in shock that it’s 2014, didn’t 2013 just start a few months ago?) at one of my perennially favorite venues, The Merion Tribute House. They couldn’t have asked for a better fall day, the leaves at the Tribute House had turned and it was the perfect backdrop for the wedding.
All of the bouquets had sunflowers, yellow roses, circus roses, red roses, bronze football mums, orange waxflower, red hypericum berries, yellow viking mums, and yellow solidago. The warm, rich colors of the bouquets popped beautifully against the bridesmaids’ navy dresses!
Check out our Facebook page where there are a few more photos from Meagan’s wedding.
Lauren and Chris were married on June 15th at one of my favorite wedding venues, the Merion Tribute House in Merion, Pa. Prior to the wedding, Lauren had gathered a variety of broaches to be incorporated into the bouquets, one of the many little fun, personal touches their wedding had.
Lauren’s bouquet was all white peonies and large, white calla lilies with her black and crystal broaches. The maids had bouquets in bright pinks which popped wonderfully against their navy dresses. They had pink peonies and stargazer lily blossoms, as well as broaches in shades of pink and white.
For their ceremony, Lauren wanted us to create a curly willow arch, which we decorated with flowers to match the personal flowers. The arch does a wonderful job of framing the space, and makes a great backdrop for photos!
Check out our facebook page for more photos from Lauren and Chris’ wedding (and don’t forget to ‘like’ us!).