Grace and Joseph were married last August at the River Club – Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant. This was my first time working at this venue, and I can’t wait to do another event there! It’s really quite a fun and modern place to have a wedding.
Grace’s bouquets featured tons of texture, which I love. Hers had enormous white garden roses, white lisianthus, peach hypericum berries, white lysimachia, seeded eucalyptus, mint, and dusty green succulents. Her maids all had similarly textured bouquets with ivory roses, yellow center garden roses, peach roses, peach stock, peach hypericum, mint, and seeded eucalyptus. The two little flower girls carried adorable yet simple pomanders that matched the bridesmaids.
The centerpieces also focused on texture, and let the venue take center stage. They were elevated on thin, silver pedestals and featured a wide array of greenery such as myrtle, lemon leaf, seeded eucalyptus and a few others. For the head table, Grace just wanted to use the bouquets. With bouquets as lovely as those, why not!
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All photos used with permission from Ashley Bartoletti Photography.
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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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!