Christine and Dan's wedding at the John James Audubon Center was as pretty and sweet as the couple themselves. Christine's grace was apparent throughout all of her wedding decor, with pure whites, natural greens and hints of deeper rose hues.
This was our first event at the John James Audubon Center, which is nestled in the quiet suburbs of Mill Grove, Pennsylvania. The venue is primarily a bird sanctuary (!) and its rich history made for an interesting wedding location.
Emily Wren Photography provided these lovely images. Her signature style is hard to miss, with as much character as there is elegance. It is truly an honor every time we have the opportunity to work with this crazy-talented photographer, and we are so grateful to have her magic grace our portfolio once again!
Christine's bridal bouquet was made up of white anemones, ranunculus, sweet peas, roses, and peonies. Ferns and greens added some texture and a slightly cascading look.
Christine's bridesmaids had the most beautiful array of gowns! We love the different styles, patterns and textures that they chose, and think the end result was stunning. We simplified the combination by creating smaller versions of the bridal bouquet for them to carry.
Dan and his groomsmen wore white ranunculus bouts, wrapped with rose gold ribbon. Love those shoes, guys!
Surrounded by trees and greenery, the John James Audubon Center's reception space was the perfect fit for Christine and Dan's vision.
These fun compote designs boasted yellow and pink garden roses and ranunculus for some great pops of color. Very fitting for this spring wedding!
Christine provided the non-floral centerpieces, made up of wooden boxes with planted succulents and terrariums with moss and fairy lights. We love a hands on girl!
Congratulations, Christine and Dan! Wishing you all the best as you continue your adventure together!