South Jersey Wedding Florist: Colleen & Brian at The Carriage House
Whew - the last few weeks have been a whirlwind of weddings! I hope you have been following us on facebook, as we have been posting lots of new pics lately. Today's wedding took place in June at The Carriage House in Galloway and T Alimario caught some amazing photos of the day...we love working with T! Colleen and Brian were such a great couple to work with. We met with Colleen a couple of times throughout the wedding planning process, and I love how it all came together in the end. Working at The Carriage House was a joy. The staff was so helpful and it is gorgeous there. I have been dying to show of some pictures of our wax luminaries used as centerpieces and once I saw these photos, I knew they would be the perfect photos to show how the luminaries can be utilized as a centerpiece option.
I had to lead off with this adorable picture of this pretty little flower girl holding her flower girl wand. Even without a smile, this photo is so precious!
We used orange mokara orchids on the bouts. They are the perfect size.
Colleen's bouquet was sooo striking. We used orange gerber daisies, yves piagat garden roses, orange mokara orchids, and orange celosia. The bouquet was trimmed with ostrich feather trim and a white lace overlay on tiffany blue satin.
How amazing is this photo! I love that long veil!
The pews were accented with ribbon, starfish, and raffia. The bride had these all assembled ahead of time and they added the perfect touch to her ceremony.
Our large wax luminary was filled with garden roses, mokara orchids, and manzanita branches to accent the foyer table at The Carriage House. Hanging tiffany blue crystals and a coordinating touch of ribbon completed the look.
On the mantles a few rose petals, square pillar candles, and photos were all that was needed.
Half of the tables were done with a trio of these small square wax luminaries. Look at how they glow when an LED is placed inside! White hydrangea, orange gerber daisies, and the yves piagat garden roses were used. An accent of tiffany blue ribbon on each luminary tied it all together.
The other half of the tables were done in our medium sized luminary with dark brown manzanita branches, orange and pink roses, hanging votives, and hanging mirrored strands. I love how these luminaries glow once an LED is place inside. We can do any color LED, to coordinate with your event.
The Carriage House pastry chef decorated the cake, and even incorporated little LED's underneath of the flowers. So pretty!
Thank you Colleen and Brian for working with us! Your wedding was so much fun, and so different from anything we had done before. We love trying new things, and I think these luminaries are going to become a hot item with our upcoming brides. Thanks T Alimario for the awesome photos!