Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Buttermilk Falls - September Wedding

What a sweet Bride. I never made it to the wedding at Buttermilk. I posted the Bouquet photos I took on a post titled Onteora and Buttermilk Bouquets. Here are the professional photos that the photographer took. Unfortunately, he did not take many of the tables and I know they were really nice. Steve set most of the tables there so I never got my stills.  This is a main reason why I like shooting my own photos. It ensures that we will get the photos we want. The couple is from Poland but has lived here for a while now.

      The Brides Bouquet had white Stock, Quicksand Roses, pink Garden Roses, pale yellow Garden Roses, pink Lisianthus, Lady’s Mantle, Stars of Bethlehem, white Freesia, and pink Winterberry.

The Maid of Honor’s Bouquet was similar with the addition of white Dahlia’s, ivory Stock, white Winterberries, and Raspberry Godetia.
For the Brides Maids there were more peach and yellow Garden Roses, pink Dahlia’s, Astilbe, and peach Stock.

Many couples want a Chuppah frame even when they are not Jewish. It is nice to be under a four-post frame.

The tables were really pretty and elegant. We alternated tables. A low dish with flower buds, pillar candles and three small bubble bowls. Steve used pale yellow Tulips, pink Garden Roses, and Cymbidium Orchids.

The other tables had four candle stands of different heights. There were three floral clusters with Roses, Winterberry, Stock, Lisianthus, and Ivy.