Today we are going back to Amanda and Jeff’s vintage-themed wedding at the Moorestown Community House . Amanda had the most quaint, rustic style and it shows perfectly in these Art + Life Photography . There were many soft colors to make for a breath of fresh air, and we loved all of the little details that came together to make this wedding such an elegant affair.
Keep scrolling for some warm feelings and rustic charm!
Amanda was such a beautiful bride -look at that smile!- and we just adored her taste. Her bridal bouquet was made up of white polo roses, peach juliet roses, white freesia, seeded euc, brunia, artemesia, and peach ranunculus.
We love that Amanda chose a floral cuff for her mother, they are such a lovely accessory!
Here are Jeff and his groomsmen, getting ready for their big moment! We gotta say, Jeff’s tie is pretttty sweet.
The guys wore bouts made of peach spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, and brunia berries.
Here is a great shot of the Moorestown house. The architectural design of the house seems perfect for a wedding ceremony, and we are in love with the brick wall and steep roof pattern!
Amanda and Jeff chose to be married under our birch canopy, draped with lace and accented with flowers. We used two trellises with a planter base to use as altar arrangements, and wove in silver dollar eucalyptus, huge white roses, and sweet autumn clematis. The top corner of the canopy was adorned with a beautiful cluster of hydrangea, peach juliet roses, and snapdragons.
For the reception entrance, Amanda had a ton of little details to bring her vision together and welcome her guests. She provided vintage tin cans, which we gladly filled with pink hydrangea, astilbe, gladiolus, and roses.
These place cards are the cutest things we’ve ever seen! We wouldn’t mind having stationary with that print!
Also wouldn’t mind getting our hands on some of these cans, either. We told you our bride had vintage taste!
For centerpieces, we used silver compotes filled with a mix of pink hydrangea, Queen Anne’s lace, white polo roses, brunia, seeded euc, pink ranunculus, acacia, and pink snapdragons. Then Amanda’s collection of vintage-cut glassware were used to hold votive candles as an added detail.
And of course, we end with cake! Amanda and Jeff’s 4-tiered wedding cake was gorgeous as it was, but we wanted to really glam it up with a ring of seeded eucalyptus at the base and then a cascade of peach and pink floral goodness coming down.
Congratulations, Amanda & Jeff!!! Cheers to a lifetime of love!