Monday, July 26, 2010

Weathersfield Wedding

The historic Weathersfield Center Church in Weathersfield, Vermont is one of my favorite churches for weddings. I was glad to be able to visit it again this past weekend to set up for the ceremony of Ashley and Chris. This beautiful old church is on top of a hill surrounded by century old maple trees. The setting is gorgeous anytime and especially striking in the fall when all the leaves have turned bright orange and red. 
This church has double aisles, as many old churches do. Arrangements were hung on the first couple pews of each side.
All the flowers were bright, vivid colors. 
The bridal bouquet was a mix of orange dahlia and roses, hot pink roses and gerbera, bright yellow roses, purple trachillium and lime green dianthus.
Maid of honor bouquet was made with mostly green flowers and included just a touch of color.
Bridesmaid bouquets were made as a smaller version of the bridal bouquet.
The photo below shows them all together.
 The Inn at Weathersfield, which is well known for their exceptional "farm to table" menu, was the reception site. I was so envious as I could smell the food cooking when I delivered the flowers!
The bride and her friends collected dozens of milk glass vases over the last few months for me to use for her centerpieces. Everything was white except the brightly colored flowers in the vases! 
The head table arrangement was a mixture of flowers in the same vivid colors.

Congratulations Ashley and Chris!! All the best.

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