Wedding Profile: Spring Wedding in Coral and Deep Teal at Salvage One

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.

Spring bridal bouquet with coral peonies, poppies, and garden roses.

Coral ranunculus boutonniere, ninebark, bowtie

Spring bridal bouquet, coral peonies, poppies, garden roses

The wedding party’s bouquets in coral, orange, fuchsia, and yellow complemented deep teal dresses.

Summer bridesmaid bouquets, coral peonies, garden roses, turquoise ribbon An eclectic mix of vintage-y containers perfectly suit Salvage One’s vintage and funky vibe.Summer wedding centerpiece, coral peonies, local zinnias, green hydrangea

Spring wedding centerpiece. Vintage glass compote, coral peonies, green hydrangea, geranium

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Wedding Profile: Spring Wedding at 19 East

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!

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Spring wedding bouquet with anemone, ranunculus, allium.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Wedding party bouquets. Navy dresses, white and blush flowers.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Spring boutonniere with ranunculus and berries.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

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.

Wedding ceremony at 19 East in Chicago.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Wedding ceremony at 19 East in Chicago.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

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Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

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Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios. http://timtabstudios.com/

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Sweet arrangements in vintage vessels decorated the escort card and guest book tables.

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Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios. http://timtabstudios.com/

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

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.

Wedding reception at 19 East in Chicago.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

Photography by Tim Tab Studios. http://timtabstudios.com/

Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

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Photography by Tim Tab Studios.

 

Creative Team:

Photography: Tim Tab Studios.
Venue: 19 East.
Catering: Food for Thought.
Coordination: Two Kisses Weddings and Events.

Wedding Profile: Vintage and Gardeny in Muted Shades of Blush and Grey

First and foremost, thanks to the very talented Tim Tab Studios for the gorgeous photos from Paige and Robert’s fall wedding at the Racquet Club of Chicago.  We loved working on this fall wedding for so many reasons: a super sweet couple, loose and gardeny floral design (our favorite style), and we got to work in a beautiful historic venue we had not worked at before.  When Tim Tab Studios generously provided these photos, we had even another reason to love it!  Tim and Bethany beautifully captured our flowers as well as all of the special moments of the day.  Visit the Tim Tab Studios blog post to see more of the lovely details.

The color palette of the flowers was soft, muted tones of blush, peach, ivory, grey, and champagne with pops of coral.  We got to use some of my very favorite flowers of fall: cafe au lait dahlias and coxcomb celosia.

Bride holding her bouquet of flowers in blush, grey, and ivory flowers with with cafe au lait dahlias.

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Paige’s bouquet featured amazing locally-grown cafe au lait dahlias as the focal flowers.  Astilbe, bay leaf, jasmine vine, and dusty miller loosened up the bouquet, which was tied with a gorgeous blush satin ribbon that Paige provided.

Bridesmaids' bouquets in peach, coral, grey with black and white striped ribbon. Dahlias, coxcomb, dusty miller, astilbe, and spray garden roses.

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 The bridesmaids’ bouquets were in a color palette of muted tones like the bride’s bouquet, but with pops of coral.  Black and white striped ribbon added a graphic touch, and coordinated with the bridesmaids’ black dresses.

Bridesmaid in black dress holding a bouquet in peach, blush, coral, and grey.

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Wedding centerpiece in milk glass container.

Photo by Tim Tab Studios. www.timtabstudios.com

The centerpieces played off of the historic feel of the Racquet Club.  Vintage milk glass containers displayed loose, gardeny floral arrangements of dahlias, spray roses, scrub ivy,  hypericum berries, and stock.  Check out the adorable birch table number holders!

Bride and groom kissing outdoors under windswept veil.

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Personal touches included Robert’s wheat boutonniere, which was a nod to his roots.  Congratulations, Paige and Robert! And thank you for working with us!