Ahhh the Inn at Fernbrook Farms. This is rapidly approaching the top of our "Favorite Venues" list because of the garden setting, agricultural theme, and quiet, serene setting it provides to its wildflower brides. Every bride we have worked with at the Inn at Fernbrook has had impeccable taste - and each one has had a completely different style that is able to be executed because of the flexible nature of the venue.
For Alexandra and Andrew, the theme was one we had not had before. Elegant? Check. Romantic? Check. Gold pineapples? Ummm....what? We have to admit that when that note crossed our desks, we were a bit hesitant. But Alexandra's pitch and vision convinced us to dive in, and if our girl wanted pineapples, by God she was going to have the prettiest display of pineapples the world had seen.
Michelle Lange was a dream photographer to work with. Her correspondence and professionalism lives up to her reputation as one of the best, and as you can see in the photos below that her artistry is stunningly beautiful. We look forward to future events together!
We are proud to share this amazing wedding with you, and see how pineapples and roses are a match made in heaven!
We love a full-floral wreath, and this was no exception. Clusters of lisianthus, garden roses, seeded eucalyptus, spray roses, and blushing bride protea came together for a lush accent to the black door.
Alexandra provided all of her own custom signs and artwork! Her creativity as a client is what every florist dreams of. We loved these beautiful signs and that her personal touches were around every corner.
Garlands served as runners for the longer tables of the reception. Ferns, ruscus and eucalyptus leaves gave a lot of dimension and texture, while scattered gold votives, rose heads and hydrangeas provided color.