Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Onteora Mountain House Fall Wedding

On this day, the weather started windy dark and dramatic, great for photos but not for a wedding. It was really touch and go for a while. The nice thing about Onteora is the fact that it is so beautiful even with inclement weather. If the weather happens to be bad, you can get married in the pavilion, which still feels like it is outside. As the day went on it got nicer and nicer. Don’t want to jinx anyone by this statement but it almost never rains on our Onteora weddings.

I really love the colors of these fall Bouquets. For the Brides Bouquet we used ivory Stock, purple Mokara Orchids, Cherry Brandy Roses, wine colored Calla Lilies, and wine colored Ranunculus, Hypericum berries, purple Anemone and magenta Cosmos.

Brides Eye View
The Maid of Honor’s Bouquet had purple Stock, baby blue Delphinium, purple Anemone, wine Calla Lilies, purple Lisianthus, Quicksand Roses and Hypericum berries.

MoH's Eye View
The Brides Maids Bouquets had purple Anemone, Black Baccara Roses, red Ranunculus, purple Stock, baby blue Delphinium, purple Lisianthus and purple Alstromeria.

We alternated the tables using two types of Urns and multiple pieces of glass.

The black ceramic Urns had purple Mokara Orchids, purple Stock, purple Lisianthus and Ivy with a metal cage.
The other Urn had purple Mokara Orchids, lavender Stock, blue Hydrangea, yellow Celosia, burgundy Hypericum berries and Ivy.
The table with Multiple Glass had Okra, blue Hydrangea, baby blue Delphinium and green Parrot Tulips.

I love these cocktail arrangements. They had purple kale, rust Cymbidium Orchids, green Hypericum berries and green Parrot Tulips.

For the Junior Brides Maid Bouquet Steve used blue Hydrangea, purple Lisianthus, wine colored Calla Lilies, yellow Celosia and baby blue Delphinium.

Mom's Posy
For the aisle chair arrangements, we used yellow Celosia, magenta Cosmos, purple Lisianthus and wine Calla Lilies.

After the wedding, I stopped by the Reservoir again and took a drive to take more photos of our Hudson Valley Life.

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