Philadelphia Wedding Florist : Tracy & Michael at the Olde Bar

Tracy and Michael's wedding was an intimate occasion, with a sense of old romance in a classic theme.  The Olde Bar was the perfect fit as a venue for this couple, and we loved seeing the backdrops in the red booths of the bar and stained glass entrance.  Love Me Do photography expertly captured the love and sweetness in these timeless images, and did a great job of picking out different parts of the Philadelphia area for the couple's portraits.


Tracy's bouquet was a lush, romantic mix of garden roses, dahlias, dusty miller in a rounded form.

Tracy's bridesmaids carried small bouquets of roses, dusty miller and dahlias, all coordinating in a blush theme to go with their flowing, ethereal gowns. 


What a good looking bridal party!  We love how Love Me Do took advantage of the impressive architecture in the area around the Olde Bar.  Philadelphia is such a beautiful city, and we love when clients embrace its culture. 

We have been dying to use these impressive standing vases, and were thrilled to see this image come up from Tracy and Michael's ceremony.  These beauties are 5 feet tall, and when topped with full arrangements of hydrangeas, roses, dahlias and hints of greenery, make for a dramatic ceremony backdrop. 

Tracy and Michael had an intimate guest list, and wanted to feature them in a special way.  We loved this display of hanging ribbon and string lights as a placecard table - it stayed looking gorgeous long after the cards were taken down! 

Tracy added these adorable signs to her and Michael's chairs.  We elaborated on the look with garland of ruscus and shimmering ribbon.

Scattered gold mercury bud vases and votives served as centerpieces for the guest tables. 

More wooden signs decorated the couples cakes (how thoughtful is that anniversary cake!), and we topped them with clusters of roses and dahlias. Gold mercury votives polished off this cute scene.

These look like movie scenes!!!

Congratulations, Tracy and Michael!  Wishing you all the best, and a life of continued romance! 

Mary Coombs