Soft and happy simplicity. This is how we would describe Sarah and Daniel’s gorgeous Sunday wedding at The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
This beautiful early September wedding was designed with a bright, natural feel and a hint of blue. Sarah had a loosely gathered, textured bouquet of seasonal cream florals and a pop of delphinium for color. We used subtle grey/green greenery to keep the color palette light.
Sarah and Daniel exchanged vows under a beautiful, natural chuppah of birch, greens, and creamy florals. Though this design was greenery and floral forward, its natural simplicity made it feel like it belonged to the landscape, creating a stunning natural ambiance.
The ceremony florals were repurposed at the reception as an overflowing sweetheart table piece. Lush, spilling greens and pops of big beautiful blooms enveloped the couple as they enjoyed their first meal as newly-weds!
Sarah and Daniel’s reception utilized three different centerpiece styles, each designed alongside cream pillar candles. Some tables were adorned with textured greenery garlands, while others were embellished with floral arrangements. The larger arrangements were designed in pretty mink-colored vases, while the smaller arrangements were designed in low, smaller vases. These smaller centerpieces were accompanied by a simple green garland and designed to have a continuous look across the long farm tables for a full, wide design. Choosing different types of centerpieces for your reception is a great way to create interest and variety at your wedding without maxing out your budget!
Sarah and Daniel’s wedding was full of natural beauty and gorgeous simplicity. Tree of Life Photography captured the details of their day in the most beautiful way!