This bride and groom’s flowers fit the elegant atmosphere of the Abington Art Center, located in Jenkintown PA. Her classical bouquet featured white hydrangeas and blush Sahara Roses with touches of burgundy peonies and plum scabiosa flowers. Greenery was kept to hints of eucalyptus and dusty miller.
The bouquets of her bridesmaids contained blush, white and soft pretty flowers with little greenery. The textures of the ivory tea roses, white hydrangea, and Queen Anne’s lace played against one another and highlighted Amanda’s bouquet as the focal point.
The boutonnieres were classic one rose style finished with minimal eucalyptus. Michael’s boutonniere featured a Vendella Rose to stand apart from the Sahara Roses of his groomsmen.
Inspired by the interior of the Alverthorpe Manor, blush, burgundy and ivory flowers adorned both the fireplace mantles in the main hall and the beautiful staircase. Rounded garden style arrangements in tall cylindrical glass vases were the feature for the ceremony. Romantic low lush centerpieces with gold vases adorned the tables and hinted Amanda’ bouquet.