There is something about this one that is different.

I can’t quite put my finger on it, but I can tell you that I like it, whatever it is.

Maybe the red/black/gold color scheme? The classic and timeless style of sweet Tanya? The stunning photos by STORYTELLERS & CO?

Tanya’s bridal bouquet was a fulland lush composition of all things classic:

gardenia, red roses, burgundy dahlias, astrantia, snowberry, waxflower, pepper berry, eucalyptus.

Maid dressed in gold a black lace held burgundy bouquets of roses, dahlias, ranunculus and mixed greens.

The ceremony took place outside the University of Penn Museum, what a stately backdrop!

The couple was wed under our black iron canopy, which we accented with ivory fabric and our vintage gold chandelier.

See more of our rental items available at our Rental Items Pinterest Board.

The tall centerpieces of red and gold were reused outside for extra decor.

Love these photos by Storytellers & Co!

This place card table display got some ohhs & ahhs as we were setting it up!

A coordinating gift table display.

These mirrored cubes dress up any design! Put them on a gold sequin linen, sheesh, that was easy.

Simple, classic, dramatic, elegant.

Low centerpiece designs in our gold compote with all red roses, celosia, orchids, ranunculus, agonis and pepper berry surrounded with gold mercury votives.

Tall centerpieces added to the drama of the museum – seriously, your party is IN the displays!

An art deco cake to finish off the night. 

Thank you Tanya (and her lovely mother!) for inviting us to join the wedding day fun at the Penn Museum! We really enjoyed working with you and showcasing your classic wedding day style. We wish you all the best!

Upcoming events -

Meet us at The Grand Hotel of Cape May this Friday 4/4/14 for their wedding tasting, we will be there displaying centerpiece ideas.

Design your Easter centerpiece with us at Running Deer Golf Club on Saturday 4/19/14 at noon. Here are the details!