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.
The simple palette of the wedding flowers added to the classic elegance of Alexis and Brian’s Hotel Monaco wedding, Oct 2015. Bridal flowers include: pastel pink and ivory rose, white hydrangea bouquet and floral arrangements with pink garden roses, white peony, seeded eucalyptus, and greenery.
At Amaranth Florist we love the incredible architecture that provide a backdrop for many of the photos. The bridesmaids in black continued the elegant and classic theme at this Philadelphia wedding.
Wedding Highlighted on Borrowed and Blue, Beautiful b/w, sepia and color photography by Tyler Boye Photography Philadelphia,PA
Allison and Nick were married in November at the Old Mill in Rose Valley. This was the perfect setting for their wedding! All of the charming details Allison incorporated fit so well with the atmosphere of the Mill. The little table used to hold the programs is one of my favorite details, and the color matches the bridesmaids’ dresses so well.
Allison’s bouquet was wonderfully textured, and the colors she chose went perfectly together. She had coral roses, lavender Cool Water roses, peach garden roses, white ranunculus, white waxflower, light pink spray roses, grey brunia berries, seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller, succulents, and white feathers. The handle of her bouquet was wrapped in fabric from her dress and topped with a broach she provided.
All photos are used with permission from Asya Photography.
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Lisa and Doug were married on May 10th this year at the Fairmount Park Horticultural Center in Philadelphia, Pa. The Horticultural Center is a beautiful place to have a wedding! The interior is incredible, and the exterior is just as beautiful. Their long reflecting pool is a wonderful focal point for a ceremony, and while the greenhouse comes practically pre-decorated with all of the greenery, it’s amazing seeing the transformation once all of the tables, flowers, and guests arrive.
Lisa’s simple, elegant all-white bouquet was composed of garden roses, spray roses, calla lilies, lisianthus, ranunculus, and lilac. It was so fragrant! The garden roses and lilac have such a wonderful scent to them.
Her bridesmaids bouquets were very vibrant in lavender, purple, light blue, deep pink, white, and a little burgundy. They had standard and garden roses, ranunculus, delphinium fleurettes, hydrangea and peonies. Again, between the garden roses and the peonies they smelled so good!
As ever, be sure to pop over to our facebook page for more great photos from Lisa and Doug’s wedding!
All photos by Mike Landis
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
Maria and Damien were married last November at the Overbrook Country Club in Villanova, and her wedding flowers and bouquets couldn’t have been more gorgeous. While still being fall-inspired, her colors were a little more bright and vibrant than you typically think of for that time of year.
Maria’s bouquet (top) had bright yellow gerbera daisies, golden miniature sunflowers, red roses, and gloriosa lilies. A mixture of rhinestones and pearl-tipped pins added a little sparkle. Her maids’ bouquets (bottom) had orange and red gerbera daisies, golden miniature sunflowers, red roses, Circus roses, and orange mokara orchids. Amaranth Florist loved being a part of this wedding with its vibrant color scheme.
All photos by Amy Tucker Photography
Let’s get this wedding started! Or at least the bridesmaids bouquets.
(Bouquets are hot pink Dutch hydrangea, blush cymbidium orchid, ‘Marco Polo’ dendrobium orchids, hot pink spray roses, ‘Rosita Vendela’ roses, and ‘Anna’ roses)