When mixed amongst other seasonal colors, burgundy truly can be used during any time of the year. Shifting from a fall to a spring wedding allowed us to get creative with the florals featured in Randi and Mark’s classic wedding at the View at Morgan Hill in Easton, PA.
Pulling inspiration from the spring’s vibrant pinks and peaches along with hints of burgundy, the bride’s softly rounded bouquet was designed using roses, spray roses, peonies, double tulips, scabiosa and stock-all wrapped in a cream ribbon. Dressed in cabernet colored gowns, the bridesmaids carried similar yet smaller softly rounded pink and peach bouquets.
During the ceremony, the bride and groom lovingly stood in front of a birch chuppah. Overhead we hung tallit, a prayer shawl from beloved family members. Two lush floral corner pieces were created using assorted roses, tulips, stock, ranunculus, huckleberry, Italian ruscus, salal tips and eucalyptus.
While the newlyweds sat at their sweetheart table filled with pink and peach blooms and twinkling votives, guests sat amongst tall centerpieces. Arranged on top of gold open stands were pink spray roses, peach stock, pink jasmine, lisianthus, snapdragons, roses and tulips, cinerea eucalyptus, huckleberry, Italian ruscus and salal. Arranged at the base of the stands were a collection of pillar candles in glass.
It’s all about the details. This reception’s details included gold framed signage and calligraphy table numbers and a classic cake by Amy’s Creative Cakes topped with subtle floral touches.
|| Photographer: Lexus Gold Photography || Venue: The View at Morgan Hill || Celebrant: Katherine Hunter, Lehigh Valley Celebrants || Hair & makeup: BB Decheine || Baker: Amy’s Creative Cakes || DJ: Blanc Noir Event Group ||