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 Classic Pink & Blue Celebration at The Old Mill is Featured on Borrowed & Blue.
The wedding was full of beautiful moments at one of our favorite locations: The Old Mill at Rose Valley, Pa. The bride and groom took advantage of the rainy moments with cute ideas shot by wedding photographer (Ashlee Mintz). May 2016
Thank you so much to Stephanie for the kind review – “We are absolutely thrilled with how the floral arrangements and bouquets turned out for our wedding! We have gotten so many compliments from family and friends. Loretta was wonderful to work with! Communication was quick and she accommodated all of my last minute requests. Loretta was also willing to work within our budget and the result was fantastic. The flowers came out better than I had imagined and I would definitely recommend Amaranth Florist!”
Fine Art Wedding Photographer- Old Mill at Rose Valley by Ashlee Mintz Photography
Reception Venue: The Old Mill; Conner Catering
Reception Lighting: The JMW Entertainment Group
Cake: The Fondant Flinger
Hair & Makeup: Alexis Vesper & Elaina Millas
Dress: Essence of Australia
Bridesmaids Dresses: Alfred Angelo
Groom/Groomsmen Suits: Jos A. Bank
Invitation Suite: Wedding Paper Divas
Wedding Planner : Table 1 Events
Processing: The Find Lab
This large, cascading bridal bouquet steals the show in the amazing photos taken by Cardens Photography, Philadelphia.The bright orange, pink and white wedding flowers were a gorgeous contrast to the royal blue bridesmaid dresses. The lush greenery at Knowlton Manor, Philadelphia was the perfect backdrop for another Amaranth Florist Wedding! Congratulations Kelsey & Patrick!
Photography – Cardens Photography
Ceremony and Reception – Knowlton Mansion
Cake – Conroy Catering
DJ/Music – Peter Casiello of Signature DJs
Brides Dress – Bijou Bridal, Ardmore, PA. In house design
Grooms Attire – Men’s Warehouse
Thank you to Christy and Rob who made Amaranth Florist part of their special day at the Sheraton in Society Hill, Philadelphia. The vivid pink bridal bouquet includes coral peonies, mini calla lilies, ranunculus, spray roses and lush greenery The beautiful wedding photography is by Michael’s Photography in Bensalem, PA
Now, generally pinks aren’t really my favorite shades (I skew much more towards jewel tones or dark, fall things) but I LOVE this bouquet that I got to mock up for a bride this afternoon. So much so that I just had to share!
This wedding bouquet has light pink Anna roses, lavender dianthus, pink larkspur, delphinium, dusty miller, pale peach carnations, ENORMOUS peach ranunculus (I wish I knew which variety, these are gorgeous!), seeded eucalyptus, and a large pink-tinted echeveria succulent.
Contact Amaranth Florist, Narbeth, PA for a wedding flower consultation and we will create a special mock-up bridal bouquet for you!
Amaranth Florist is a Philadelphia, PA Wedding Florist that provides wedding flowers for the Main Line including: Ardmore * Bala Cynwyd * Belmont Hills * Broomall * Bryn Mawr * Conshohocken * Devon * Drexel Hill * Gladwyne * Gulph Mills * Haverford * Havertown * Lansdowne * King of Prussia * Malvern * Media * Merion * Narberth * Penn Valley * Radnor * Rosemont * Springfield * St. Davids * Swarthmore * Upper Darby * Valley Forge * Villanova * Wayne and Wynnewood, PA
Megan and Erik were married almost a year ago at Pomme Restaurant in Radnor, Pa. Her flowers were simple and had a rustic, garden-like feel to them which fit quite well with the atmosphere of the restaurant.
Her bouquet was all soft colors with white hydrangea, peach spray roses, cream garden roses with pale yellow centers, pale pink peonies, and white ranunculus. Megan’s bridesmaids had simple bouquets of all white hydrangea with the stems wrapped in twine.
For her centerpieces, Megan wanted multiple smaller arrangements rather than one large arrangement, which I think looks great on those long tables. Each one was a little different. Some had just hydrangea, some had just roses, and some had a mixture of the two, but all of them were in terra cotta pots and accompanied by a few votives in mercury glass.
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All photos used with permission by Hoffer Photography.
Lauren and Tim were married in August at the Phoenixville Foundry, PA. They had wonderful end-of-summer weather which made for some beautiful outdoor photos at the Valley Forge National Historical Park. The bright colors Lauren chose worked so well together–her centerpieces popped perfectly against the blue of the tablecloths. Coral and blue is quickly becoming a new favorite combination of mine!
The bridesmaids’ coral dresses were a great backdrop for their bouquets of gerbera daisies in shades of watermelon and hot pink as well as ivory roses. Lauren’s all-white bridal bouquet had hydrangea and fragrant garden roses.
All photos used with permission from Campli Photography.
Leslie and Matt were married in October last year at the National Society of the Colonial Dames. Leslie incorporated many fun touches in her wedding (I love her bridesmaids’ necklaces!) and her photographer did a wonderful job of capturing the atmosphere of the day.
Both the bride and maids’ bouquets were in shades of orange, which popped wonderfully against the maids’ aqua dresses. Leslie’s bouquet had mango calla lilies, Orange Unique roses, orange Babe spray roses, and orange waxflower. Her maids were similar, with orange roses and spray roses as well as waxflower. Photography by peachplumpearphoto.com