Perhaps one of the sweetest brides we’ve ever met, Sarah, created a wedding that was as sweet and charming as she is. Choosing a palette of ivory, peach and blush with pops of coral and favoring natural, handmade elements we set out to give this bride the wedding she deserved.
Sarah’s bridal bouquet was a gorgeous cluster of roses in shades of ivory, peach and blush. Wrapped with ivory satin ribbon we attached a miniature framed photograph of her parents wedding day as a special sentimental touch.
Her bridesmaids carried textural bouquets of coral cabbage roses, peach spray roses and white stock.
The ceremony took place in the quaint little chapel on the grounds of the Doctor’s House. Inside the altar was flanked by a pair of altar pieces of hydrangea and baby’s breath. Lining the aisle in alternating rows were tulle wraps with baby’s breath clusters and wooden hearts made by the bride.
The beautiful reception room at The Doctors House features a sun filled room with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the grounds. We created two different centerpieces. The first was a pewter lantern with a trio of hydrangea and rose arrangements surrounding it. The second version was a vase of hydrangea and stock with tall curly willow branches. Mini glass votives hung from the branches to add a touch of candlelight. Each centerpiece was placed atop a wooden disc to further tie in the natural feel.
We loved working with Sarah creating her wedding look and we wish the happy couple a long love filled marriage together.
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