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Revisiting M&M’s late June wedding from last year puts a smile on my face! As always, Tim Tab Studios captured the wedding beautifully.
For the bride’s garden-style bouquet, coral peonies, poppies, ranunculus, and garden roses were the focal flowers in a loose yet lush style of bouquet.
The wedding party’s bouquets in coral, orange, fuchsia, and yellow complemented deep teal dresses.
An eclectic mix of vintage-y containers perfectly suit Salvage One’s vintage and funky vibe.
E & S’s beautiful wedding at Bridgeport Art Center’s Skyline loft captured spring just beautifully, with loose and gardeny floral arrangements in shades of green, dusty purple, and pink with peonies, flowering viburnum, clematis, scabiosa, olive branches, and grasses. All photography by the very talented Kent Drake Photography.
Photographer: Kent Drake Photography
Day of Coordination: An Event Less Ordinary
Catering: Hearty Boys
J & D’s wedding at 19 East featured spring flowers in white and blush, including some of my favorites: anemone, ranunculus, hellebores, and allium. Late March offers some gorgeous blooms and flowering branches!
The gorgeous ceremony set up at 19 East played off the clean, contemporary look of the venue. Petals lining the aisle, a pair of focal arrangements, and a scattering of pillar candles decorated the ceremony space.
Sweet arrangements in vintage vessels decorated the escort card and guest book tables.
I loved the mix of farm tables and round guest tables. The centerpieces varied from table to table, some with a collection of arrangements and others a single focal centerpiece.
For more of this gorgeous wedding, visit Cassandra Eldridge’s blog.
As winter comes around again, I’m reminded of the streak of lovely winter weddings we had at Salvage One early this year! Many thanks to Anna Guziak for the beautiful photography and to Five Grain Events for their seamless organization of Lauren and Kevin’s wedding. Their wedding flowers and decor had a vintage, elegant look, in blush, champagne, ivory, gold and silver. The bridesmaids wore amazing sequined dresses and carried coordinating but not identical bouquets in ivory, champagne, blush, and grey.
The reception flowers were a soft, gardeny mix of flowers, berries, and foliage in mercury glass containers. A mix of candles and vintagey containers played off of Salvage One’s eclectic aestetic.