Poppies, peonies, and the most perfect magnolia. I'm happy. Allow me to introduce you to the sweet and intimate wedding of Frannie and Andrew at the quaint Woolverton Inn in Stockton NJ. The venue is this old stone house that is now a bed & breakfast (along with other little cabins), located along the Delaware River near New Hope, PA. Erin H Photography shared the images with us, thank you for letting us reminisce. Seriously, without the cooperation of our brides and photographer friends, we wouldn't have any visual reminders of the beauty we create; we are so grateful.
Bouquets featured peonies, stock, feverfew, poppies and dahlias bound loosely to look like a fresh picked garden bouquet.
Those flats look so comfortable and chic!
You would never know it was POURING down rain. Erin H Photography, kudos to you!
Oh yeah, the close up.
20 minutes before the ceremony was supposed to start, we moved the ENTIRE set up outside (was under the tent because of rain). I am so glad we stayed and the sun came out just in time, Frannie and Andrew were so happy to get married in front of this perfect tree. Hugs for everyone before we got in the truck!
Are you wondering about those huge Southern Magnolia on the birch chuppah? I used a flash light to cut them at 11 pm the night before at my best friend's house. I spied them coming home from our dinner date and her husband helped me snip them down in the dark. I just knew they had to join the party at this wedding.
We had a few extra blooms so we tucked them into the fence around the tent to make it more like a garden.
Centerpieces were mason jars of mixed garden blooms placed on a kraft paper runner down the long table.
We also provided the festival string lights for her tent.
I had a little fun with the chalk and paper runners. This is the sweetheart table. Other runners had the table numbers on them.
Congrats again to the happy couple! We were honored to be a part of your day!
Don't miss out on all the fun we are having at our workshop series! Next class in MONDAY DEC 9th at Auburn Road Vineyards. We will be designing winter outdoor container gardens. See our workshops page for more details, hope you can join us!