Pratt Gardens is one of our favorite gems in Salem County.  Peter, owner and resident of Pratt Gardens, has opened his home to share his beautiful property with those who appreciate the wonders that nature can offer.   The gardens have hosted a number of nature-lovers in the community, from photographers and artists searching for inspiration to weekly yoga sessions by Bee Inspired Yoga.

With its quiet reputation for lush landscaping and freedom of design, it’s no wonder Rachael and Korey decided to be married at Pratt Gardens this past May.  The endlessly talented Tina Jay Photography documented the couple’s wedding day flawlessly, and we are overjoyed to share these images with you.

Enjoy!

Before heading over to the ceremony, Rachael snuck in a few shots with her horse, Stormy, at her grandmother’s house.  What a great call, because these are stunning!!

The picture of bridal beauty!  Rachael’s bouquet was made of pale pink garden roses, white lilac, white freesia, lavender sweet pea, tulips, and white peonies for this delicate and sweet design.


Rachael coming down for her First Look with her husband-to-be!


We loooove this shot of these lovebirds!



We honestly couldn’t limit ourselves with these portraits of the couple – not only were they so photogenic, but the backgrounds are all so appealing.  Hats off to you, Tina!

Korey’s bout was made of a white spray rose, blue thistle and brunia berries.




Rachael’s bridesmaids wore these gorgeous navy blue gowns, and we gave them smaller versions of her bouquet with some added lilac.

There are a few different ceremony options at Pratt Gardens, and we loved Rachael and Korey’s decision to really enhance the gazebo.  We accented the archway with a huge garland of mixed blooms, with hydrangeas, peonies, tulips and roses.  One of Rachael’s favorite flowers was tulips, how fitting that they were all blooming around the gazebo for their ceremony!


Rachael’s father made this doorway for the bridal party to enter through, creating extra sentiment for the walk down the aisle.  






High top tables were scattered through the cocktail area, giving a nice pop to the space.  We used our silver mercury vases with lisianthus and blue hydrangea to dress them up a bit.

This family was so handy!  Stacks of hay bales made up for the bar area to keep up the rustic, country feel.


Blue hydrangea, freesia, tulips and garden roses in our silver damask vases made up these low centerpieces.  We just love the color scheme here!  Our silver wooden table numbers are great for helping guests find their seats while still being aesthetically pleasing.








Congratulations, Rachael and Korey!! Wishing you all the best! XOXO