Soft, Bright & Beautiful

Photo Credit to: Asya Photography Venue: Estate at Eagle Lake

Danica and Jeremiah’s June wedding had a cheerful array of flowers from start to finish. Her bridal bouquet featured soft colors in blush shades, pale blues and white with light blue hydrangea, roses, tea roses, pale blue delphinium and, blue thistle accents for texture. These soft colors were used in the altar arrangements at the church. The bridesmaid’s bouquets featured white hydrangea with colorful pops of coral roses and tea roses and bright blue delphinium.

Photo Credit to: Asya Photography Venue: Estate at Eagle Lake

The wedding reception at the Estate at Eagle Lake in Chesterfield, New Jersey featured colorful table arrangements and centerpieces and like the bouquets of the bridesmaids featured bright pops of coral and blue flowers illuminated by tealight candles.  Greenery and gold foliage ran across the full length of the sweetheart table and long tables, illuminated by votive candles with clusters of small bottles filled with blooms mixed throughout the design. Round tables featured low organic centerpiece arrangements in cylindrical vases with blush, white, blue, coral flowers with gray, green and gold foliage to add texture and dimension, votive candles were also used to illuminate the arrangements.

Photo Credit to: Asya Photography Venue: Estate at Eagle Lake

 

Photo Credit to: Asya Photography Venue: Estate at Eagle Lake

 

Photo Credit to: Asya Photography Venue: Estate at Eagle Lake

 

Photo Credit to: Asya Photography Venue: Estate at Eagle Lake

 

Classically Blush Wedding flowers

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.

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

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.

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

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.

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

 

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

 

 

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.

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

 

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

Photo Credit to: Ashley Gerrity Photography

Classically Colorful Wedding

This picture perfect wedding at the Knowlton Mansion was a day full of fun and flowers from start to finish. Cheerful colors were floral theme for this wedding as yellow, peach, pink, white and blue blooms were abound.

 

Photo Credit: Love Me Do Photography

 

Photo Credit: Love Me Do Photography

 

 

Draping greenery with free spirit roses, viking mums, sunflowers and hot pink stock adorned the corners of The beautiful walnut Chuppah.

Photo Credit: Love Me Do Photography

Abundant with color the table arrangements varied from tall to short and looked fresh picked from the garden with flowers varying in size and color. These  centerpieces were fun and brought the beautiful reception space to life.

Photo Credit: Love Me Do Photography

 

Photo Credit: Love Me Do Photography

 

Photo Credit: Love Me Do Photography

 

Photo Credit: Love Me Do Photography