Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Locust Grove and Vassar Chapel

It has been a fun switch into autumn weddings. The weather for the most part has been nice.

I wasn’t able to go to this wedding so I took a few photos of the bouquets and a centerpiece. Our assistant Amanda took the rest. I am interested to see the professional photographer’s photos and as always, I will post them once we get them.

The Brides Bouquet had shades of orange, rust, yellow, green and peach. We used orange Roses, orange Dahlia, peach Stock, Billy Balls, Mango Calla Lilies, rust Ranunculus, Fiddlehead Ferns and Scented Geranium. For a personal touch, the Bride sent us a locket with her Grandparents’ photos.

Brides Eye View

The Maid of Honor had similar flowers to the bride.

  The Brides Maids had more yellow. For the Brides Maids we used peach Stock, yellow Freesia, Lady’s Mantle, Billy Balls, Mango Calla Lilies, orange Roses, rust Roses, orange Dahlia’s and Bittersweet.
The ceremony took place at Vassar’s chapel. It looked old with lots of dark wood. Steve did two alter arrangements and hung pretty Pew flowers.

The table arrangements were really pretty. We used burgundy Dahlias, ivory Stock, cranberry Hypericum berries, Seeded Eucalyptus, green Hydrangea, vines and Bittersweet in a black ceramic square.

The cocktail tables had combinations of orange Dahlias, dark burgundy Calla Lilies, orange and rust Roses, Lady’s Mantle, Ivy, rust and dark burgundy Ranunculus.

For the Buffet table Steve used Belles of Ireland, Ivy, James Story Orchids, and Curly Willow.

Gift Table

Registration Table

Sweetheart Table

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