Within these uncertain times, plans in every area of life have certainly been turned on their side. Innovative problem solving has led couples to design weddings that respect social distancing measures, opt for a courthouse wedding for the time being, or re-imagine future wedding plans altogether. Whatever changes are planned, flowers continue to have a role in marking such a monumental day. Looking ahead at 2021, the uncertainty continues and so, here is an Inspiration File on outdoor weddings to support you in creatively (and safely) dreaming up what your day may look like. Note: the following weddings are from pre-covid times, hence the closer seats than what is currently being done.
First up, a soft-toned wedding on a beautiful late-September day at Bridgeport Art Center Sculpture Garden. Photography by Dana Ann Photography.
Here’s a close-up of the couple’s chuppah with floating flowers and wispy greenery. The full wedding feature, with many more beautiful photos, can be found here.
Here are some serene moments from the outdoor reception of this late-September ivory wedding at Exmoor Country Club, which featured long swags of eucalyptus with white hydrangea. Photography by Avant-garde Photography.
An outdoor reception for a soft-toned July wedding celebrated at Adler Planetarium, with a celestial theme to match. Photography by Katie Kett.
The reception was filled with creative details unique to the couple and can be found in the full wedding feature.
Simple and elegant details at this summer wedding at Chief O’Neills. Photography by Dawn E Roscoe Photography.
This late summer wedding at Columbus Park Refectory, with its palette of mauve, blush, and ivory, was memorable it its total elegance. Photography by Redwall Photo.
More lovely moments of this park wedding can be found in the wedding profile, here.
With a soft-hued palette and an eye for details, this couple’s early summer wedding ceremony at Holy Family Parish was followed by a garden party reception at Chicago Illuminating Company. Photography by Tim Tab Studios.
The peonies in this wedding were something special and can be found in the full wedding feature, here. Photography by Tim Tab Studios.
A lush ceremony altar with draping flowers was just the beginning of this romantic wedding, which was followed by an opulent reception in Galleria Marchetti‘s tented pavilion. Photography by Adam Novak Photography.
If you’re curious to see more moments from this romantic wedding, head over here.
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