Monday, September 20, 2010

Wedding at Buttermilk Falls

This wedding was at Buttermilk Falls. The place is gorgeous; you have to check it out. Here is their web site:  Ask for Adam, he is lovely.

This Bride chose to get married up here in the Hudson valley even though she is from Long Island and everyone had to schlep up here but boy is it worth it. This was a rustic yet elegant wedding.
There were many purple elements to the décor, which makes me happy, as I love purple.

For the Brides bouquet, we used dark burgundy Calla Lilies, Black Beauty Roses, red/ yellow Roses, Lady’s Mantle, Fiddlehead Fern, Scabiosa flower and a purple Anemone.

Brides Bouquet
The Maid of Honor’s bouquet was a smaller version but without the Anemones.

There were many Brides Maids. Half of them got lavender Stock, Scabiosa Pods and cream with plum center Calla Lilies. We wrapped them in silver ribbon. The other half got pale yellow Stock, Scabiosa Pods and cream with plum center Calla Lilies. We wrapped these in violet ribbon.

The Mom’s Posies were really cute. They had lavender Stock, ivory Lisianthus, pale pink Roses and Fern.

The Cocktail arrangements were in rustic wood boxes with wine Dahlias, ivory Lisianthus, green Hydrangea, purple Stock, lavender Roses, Fern and red/yellow Roses.

On all the Aisle chairs at the ceremony site by the swan pond were dried Lavender.

The Ceremony Arch had purple and green Hydrangea, lavender Roses, stock, and purple Lady Slipper Orchids with a summer mix Garland.

There were twenty-five long tables; each got wooden boxes with purple Orchids, green Hydrangea, and purple Stock, lavender Roses, two Artichokes and Ivy. In addition, there were budvases with wine colored Dahlias at each end.

For the bar, we used a low metal dish with river rocks and a mix of purple Stock, blue Delphinium, purple Orchids and green Hydrangea.

Finally, we have a large metal column on a table display with fresh Curly Willow, Sumatra Lilies and purple Delphinium.
The Spa
Scarlett during setup

View of the Hudson River from the tent

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