The only thing brighter than Sarah and Chris' flowers were their beaming smiles. Gorgeous clusters of purple hues made this sunny day at Power Plant Productions in Philadelphia one to remember. It also helps to have fabulous images from the talented and skillful Alison Dunn Photography!
Take a virtual stroll with us through Old City, Philadelphia and check out Sarah and Chris on their wedding day!
Is this baby gorgeous or what?! Purple dahlias, lisianthus, orchids, roses, and celosia made up this watercolor-inspired bridal bouquet, and we are so in love with it.
Sarah's sweet sweet flowergirl wore a crown of pink roses, and looked like a dainty princess before her walk down the aisle!
Sarah's bridesmaids carried similiar gowns to the bride, with pink garden roses, purple lisianthus, celosia and peonies.
Chris and his groomsmen matched their ties with purple orchids and celosia bouts for a fun (yet still dapper!) look.
Power Plant Productions was such a cool urban venue. Exposed brick gave great character to the bright white walls and 25 foot ceilings. Soft flowing panels of drapery helped soften the industrial-like room with strings of lights giving a touch of romance. Here, the couple's bright mix of purples and blues really popped, and we loved the gold mercury accents that finished off this colorful theme.
The couple's guests sat at round tables with these sweet compote designs and personalized menus and favors. We have always loved when purple is the theme in weddings, since it gives such a range of color to use - blues, and pinks and lavender and plum all coordinate for a fun and beautiful representation of nature.
This head table garland was a lush collection of greenery, with splashes of color spread throughout, using zinnias, roses, lisianthus and orchids.
Congratulations, Sarah and Chris! We hope you are enjoying life as newlyweds!