I don’t know about you, but there is something completely fabulous about peonies at their peak. Although its nearing the end of the peony season, we were able to get our hands on some outstanding, bright, beautiful peonies and could not keep our eyes off of them!
Am I right? Or am I right?
The Bridal Bouquet was a knock out, not only were the peonies perfect, so were all of the other flowers… Soft pink peonies, roses, hanging amaranth, and (my personal favorite greenery for a bouquet) angel vine.
The Bridesmaids carried single stems of hydrangea, which we used throughout the wedding ceremony, and reception. And the boutonnieres were orchids with a piece of the same hydrangea, and a special little green from our garden.
Once the personals were delivered to the Beautiful Bride, her family and friends, it was time then to set up the Reception at Waynesborough Country Club. I don’t even know how it is possible, but each Wedding seems to be more beautiful than the last. As guests entered the Club they were greeted by this lovely romantic arrangement.
And then as the guest dined their tables were topped with these glorious centerpieces.
The cake topper.
We were overjoyed with how everything came together. And just had to share these images with you.
We love a wedding with personal touches, and Lauren’s wedding was nothing short of that. From the Brides bouquet to the chuppah, the place card “arbor”, and the table favors, the night was certainly one to remember.
The Bride had some of her family members paint on strips of silk, that were later sewn together and this was used for the cloth covering for our birch chuppah. The beautiful pastel colors lent themselves wonderfully to the colors already in the space. Pomme has a light and airy, clean and modern feel to it as is, and the chuppah just built on that already existing vibe.
The above image is of the Brides creative way of displaying her place cards. Hanging from clothes pins and string, the guests came and looked for their name on a maple leaf. After this whimsical use of the arbor, it was more practically used in the garden of the newly weds new home.
Each small glass bottle was hand painted by family with their signature Wedding color, Tiffany blue.
Special mercury glass pieces, collected by the family, were used to decorate the fireplace in the reception area and make it more inviting.
Each centerpiece was a potted phalaenopsis orchid plant in a wire footed urn and filled with green moss. The center pieces were donated by the family to nursing homes in the area.
Finally a photo of the Brides bouquet. Salmon roses, white ranunculus and special greens were finished off with ivory satin ribbon and pearls from the Brides Grandmother.