The Details: A soft-toned spring wedding at Revolution Brewing.
Color Palette: White, blush, and pale pink.
Flower Palette: Rancunculus, anemone, stock, garden roses, hellebores, and dusty miller.
All photography by Michelle Lytle Photography.
We love working at Revolution Brewing on Milwaukee Avenue, not only because they’re a neighbor, but the staff is always super helpful. Revolution’s second floor space, the Brewers’ Lounge, features lots of wood, great lighting fixtures, a built-in bar, and fireplace. The space is already gorgeous that it doesn’t need much to soften it, so we waive our minimum order requirement for weddings taking place at Revolution Brewing.
Revolution’s setup allows for reuse of flowers before and after the ceremony. We usually place the centerpieces, small in size because of the narrow tables, along the ledge on the northwest wall. For this wedding, we created two centerpiece designs, alternating tables with small floral centerpieces and tables with eucalyptus garlands and pillar candles. We placed the garlands in the windowsills during the ceremony to add some softness. A pair of focal arrangements on the venue’s barrels framed the ceremony area.
At the head table, we tucked vases into the eucalyptus foliage garland to display the wedding party’s bouquets. The cake was beautiful in its simplicity. A single rose with a touch of foliage was all that was needed to add a special touch!
Photographer: Michelle Lytle
Ceremony and reception: Revolution Brewing