MegAnn and Jim’s wedding was on a gorgeous summer day at the Chicago History Museum. In a color palette of purples and greens, the floral designs were lush and romantic. Amanda Hein Photography captured the day beautifully!
MegAnn’s bridal bouquet was lush and rounded, in shades of purple and green. More traditional wedding flowers, such as roses and hydrangea, were complemented by unexpected textures and shapes, which came in the form of scented geranium, bullit allium, purple stock, and purple trachelium. The deeper purple, ruffly flowers are lisianthus–one of my favorites.
The ceremony was held outside on the Museum’s terrace. Pollen provided floral swags for the chairs, aisle petals, and a pair of arrangements to frame the ceremony area, featuring sustainably grown delphinium and organically and locally grown hydrangea.
For the reception, a simple yet striking escort card table arrangement of delphinium and hydrangea greeted the guests. How beautiful is this room?!?!?
Low and lush arrangements on the guest tables coordinated with the bridal party’s flowers.
The cake, provided by Tipsy Cake, was simply decorated with gatherings of purple lisianthus and Cool Water roses.
Thanks again, to Amanda Hein Photography, Greatest Expectations Events, and the Chicago History Museum. And let’s not forget Pollen’s Lee and Amanda, who helped me to install this lovely wedding! Congratulations to MegAnn and Jim! You were wonderful to work with!