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.
A beautiful pale blue color scheme was perfect for Hillarie and Neil’s Wedding Flowers at the River Crest Golf Club with photos taken in Valley Forge, PA by Sparks Photography.
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, Phoenixvile, Radnor, Rosemont, Springfield, St. Davids, Swarthmore, Upper Darby, Valley Forge, Villanova, Wayne and Wynnewood, PA
(Photo credit to Asya at asyaphotography.com)
Julia and Sam at the beginning of June at the Old Mill in Rose Valley, Pa.
All of the details and touches Julia chose for the wedding flowers went perfectly together and worked so well at the Old Mill, Rose Valley, PA. Her wedding bouquet was a mix of yellow, blue, lavender and pale pink garden flowers arranged in a more natural style that is a specialty of Amaranth Florist. Some of the flowers used were delphinium, craspedia, lavender and pink stock, blush peonies, blue irises, pink larkspur, thistle, yellow zinnias, cornflower and ladies mantle. Her bridesmaids had similar bouquets with more vibrant colors, such as fuschia peonies, pink calla lilies, solidago, yarrow, green hydrangea, purple stock, cornflower, thistle, and craspedia.
The wedding centerpieces were a natural style in wooden boxes Julia provided. Most of the flowers used, such as the queen anne’s lace and dusty miller, had drape to them to give the centerpieces a flowing, window-box look. The other flowers used were gerbera daisies in various shades, fuschia stock, pink snapdragons, cornflower, thistle, irises, larkspur, and peonies. None of the centerpieces were exactly the same so they were very fun to design!
Additionally, special shout out to that cake. Oh man that cake. That is the most delicious-looking cake I have seen in a while, and I’ve seen lots of them! The style is perfect for the location, and those sliced figs and mixed berries? Yes please! Now, who wants cake?
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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.
All photos are used with permission by Saltwater Studios.
Mariel and Jason were married in October at the Audubon Center in Audubon, Pa. Their wedding flowers were fun and had such a natural feel, fitting the venue perfectly. Mariel and her maids’ bouquets had a very fresh-picked, from the field look with pale pink roses, yellow, orange, and hot pink dahlias, coral peonies, poppies, craspedia, coral ranunculus, succulents, and lamb’s ear.
The bride also provided her own centerpiece containers to be filled in a similarly unique, natural way. All of her vases and containers were different and used vintage books to elevate them on the tables. It was such a wonderful look, I love the idea of using books to elevate and display the centerpieces. The containers provided were beautiful, too!