For Tyler & Michael’s summer wedding at the Barnes Foundation the bride and groom wanted to create a setting that was not only romantic, but also unique and personalized. While Tyler loved the varied textures and bold florals of boho design, she still gravitated towards a romantic garden style. Not wanting to lose those unexpected touches, we looked to create an ethereal garden space that would be warm and welcoming, filled with out-of-the-box, memorable moments for their guests to enjoy. Planned by Truly You Events and Photographed by Love Me Do Photography, Tyler and Michael’s ceremony and reception both took place at The Barnes Foundation where Constellation Culinary provided catering.
Tyler and Michael
Winnie really loved lush, romantic florals that reflect late summer and she wanted to balance out the formal setting of The Ashford Estate with lots of romantic garden texture. To do this we brought in buckets of local flowers and foliage like chocolate dahlias, elaeagnus, plum branches, and tardiva hydrangea, along with lush and textural blossoms like Princess Charlene of Monaco garden roses, and peach ranunculus to achieve a design that had ample movement and visual interest, but still felt soft and romantic. The affair was photographed by Emily Wren Photography and our bride wore Allure Bridals from Castle Couture with hair and makeup by Aleksandra Ambrozy. Stationery was created by Bella Figura, Merri-Makers catered and entertainment was provided by The Big House Band.
Winnie and Alex
Lindsay and Matt got lucky when their wedding venue was an easy choice! Lindsay's parents, Deena and Mark, just happen to own one of the most gorgeous wedding venues in Bucks County, The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm. With a rich history and over 100 stunning acres of land surrounding, hosting their special day at Barley Sheaf was a no-brainer. To compliment the beautiful outdoor surroundings at the farm we designed immersive pieces inside of the barn that would bring the outdoors in and really make guests feel as though they were inside of a secret garden. The sweetheart table, the focal point of our “garden” included florals that would appear to grow up the existing beams to make our bride and groom feel as though they were completely surrounded by flowers. Catering for the day was provided by Barley Sheaf, lighting and draping by DFW events and photography is courtesy of Juliana Laury Photography.
Lindsay and Matt
From the beginning Melissa and Logan knew that they wanted to host a formal black tie wedding but more traditional venues just didn’t feel like them. As soon as they set foot in the Horticulture Center they knew it was the place. After getting engaged in the jungle, getting married in a greenhouse in their home city just felt right. For the big day the bride carried a show-stopping asymmetrical bouquet featuring orchids, white poppies and anemones, complete with pops of salmon ranunculus and the pair was married under a lush chuppah in the greenhouse. All About Events was on hand for event planning, our friends at Revolution Event Production brought their rose gold disco balls and guests were wined and dined by Constellation and entertained all night by EBE. The entire whimsical, romantic, elegant affair was captured by Tyler Boye.
Melissa and Logan
If you’ve ever been to Cape May, New Jersey then you’ve certainly seen Congress Hall. Truly a local icon, the bright yellow, 200 year old hotel is a location that many couples planning a wedding “down the shore” will consider. For Maddie and John it proved to be the perfect site for their October nuptials. Together we designed an event that felt like a timeless garden party, even though guests were mere steps from the ocean the entire night. Planned by The Styled Bride and Photographed by Rachel Pearlman Photography, Maddie and John were married at Our Lady Star of the Sea after which guests enjoyed a tented reception on the lawn, catered by Congress Hall. Synergetic provided event lighting and our design was completed by rental items from Something Vintage.
Maddie and John
Alex and Philipp’s spring Welkinweir Nuptials were everything you could want from a wedding inspired both by the classic English Garden and the iconic New England landscaping of Martha’s Vineyard. Catered by Jeffrey A. Miller Catering, the tented reception featured delicate blue floral print runners reminiscent of the blue and white chinoiserie, as well as tables named for the different towns of Martha’s Vineyard. The day was planned by Two Little Birds and elegantly captured by M2 Photography.
Alex and Philipp
Karley and Max’s wedding was a stunning outdoor affair at New Hope’s picturesque Paxon Hill Farm planned by Two Little Birds Planning and photographed by M2 Photography. The bride wore Sareh Nouri with hair and makeup by Aleksandra Ambrozy and we completed the look with a textural hand-tied bouquet of burgundy dahlias, creamy taupe-colored roses, dripping pink pepperberry and hanging burgundy amaranthus. The ceremony took place in the farm’s beautiful amphitheater space where we covered the front of the rustic stage with greenery and lush florals. Following the ceremony guests enjoyed a cocktail hour complete with a mobile prosecco bar by The Roving Bar. With the help of signage by Oak + Sparrow, guests then continued on to the reception beneath a sailcloth tent by Sperry Tents where the design was completed with a hanging floral installation and specialty rental items from Maggpie, Party Rental LTD, and White Glove Rentals. Sage Catering served a tasty mean which we finished with wedding cake by Bredenbeck’s Bakery. ECE Modern Luxe kept the party going all night while guests captured memories in the Classic Photo Booth. Stagger Films created the wedding day film.
Karley and Max