Monday, September 12, 2011

September 10, 2011

I first met Leah and Lorraine almost a year and a half ago when they made their initial trip from California to Vermont to begin wedding planning. Leah knew what she wanted from the get go, white, cream, pale pink and peach. She loves garden roses, hydrangea, ranunculus and hanging green amaranthus. Of course things were changed here and there, which is to be expected; ribbons or no ribbons, ceremony decor or no ceremony decor....yes please! The end result was gorgeous.
Leah's bouquet was made entirely of roses, stems wrapped with simple satin ribbon and adorned with a beautiful brooch, provided by the bride, along with a hummingbird pin that belonged to a grandparent. Brooches were provided for all the attendant bouquets, mother nosegays and even a pin for Lorraine's boutonniere.
Another view of the bouquet.
Yet another view.
The wedding weekend took place at the beautiful Juniper Hill Inn in Windsor Vermont.
Since is was a picture perfect day, their ceremony was held on the brick patio behind the Inn. Two iron urns filled with white hydrangea, roses and green amaranthus were the only decoration needed.
Closer shot of one of the urns.
Maid of honor and three bridesmaid bouquets packed for delivery. These were made with hydrangea, roses and ranunculus.
Each harvest table had 5 arrangements and gold colored mercury glass votive holders.
Arrangements were made in an assortment of pedestal containers, some vintage, some were new.
Another arrangement.
View across the tables.
Gold colored chargers and chairs were used to carry the gold throughout. Accents of tiffany blue were used in the menu cards and cocktail table linens.
Congratulations Leah and Lorraine! It was a pleasure. I wish you both all the happiness possible!

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