Lots of fun things have been going on over here at the flower shop recently. We have had some new helpers recently, which has made our lives so much easier. Our sister, Sara, is now working for us two days a week and good friend (and blogger!), April, is here one day a week. Then my sister in law (and amazing florist!), Torey, and another friend, Kim, have been helping us deliver and set up weddings on the weekends as needed. It has been amazing working with friends and family, and we really are so lucky. We have been able to be that much more dedicated to our brides and making their wedding days special and unique, because of all the extra help these girls have been to us. I even had time to blog twice in one week!!! Brynn and Drew were married June 24th at Scotland Run in Williamstown, NJ. The outside ceremony area and landscaping there is just breath taking, definitely a venue to check out if you are looking for an outside ceremony. I loved their cherry pink and green color scheme, and it photographed amazing. Thanks to their photographer, Pittelli Photography, we have some gorgeous photos to share with you.
I love this picture! Love that the photographer used this little bike, which is so cute, with Brynn's bouquet...the contrast between the two is amazing. For her bouquet we used cherry-o pink roses, pink hydrangea, pink mini gerber daisies, pink calycinia, and pink gladiolus florets.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of green hydrangea, green spider mums, lady's mantle, and green glad blossoms. We wrapped the stems with bright pink ribbon and used green pearl pins to accent.
The flowers really popped against their gowns! I love when a bride carries a colorful bouquet!
Gorgeous bridal party!
To line the aisle we used these vintage bottles (that we found in a barn at our grandparents!) with a single hot pink gerber daisy and a sprig of calcynia.
These bottles are the perfect size to line an aisle.
The place cards were placed on a bed of wheat grass and accented with pink asters.
We brought in more of the wheat grass in the centerpieces. Half of the tables had these square dishes of the grass topped with a square vase holding manzanita branches with pink gerbers and hanging votives.
The other half of the tables had the wheat grass with a vase of limes floating in the water, and topped with a floating candle. Two gerber daisies accented the grass, one of each side.
We had some extra wheat grass so we used some on the sweetheart table too, with a vase all ready for her bouquet to go in when she arrived.
This cake was so pretty. I loved all the pink and green. All we did was accent with more of the pink gerbers and it looked perfect.
Thanks Brynn and Drew for sharing your photos with us and for letting us be a part of your day. Best wishes on your future together! xoxo!!!
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