South Jersey Wedding Florist : Elisabeth & Nancy at the Valleybrook Country Club

When we receive images from photographers featuring events we've done, we typically scan through to see our favorite floral details.  We head right to the reception photos and see how well our centerpieces photographed, or the ceremony altars, or a particular bridal bouquet.  However, when Michael Chadwick Photography sent these images from Nancy and Elisabeth's wedding at the Valleybrook Country Club, we couldn't get past the portraits without taking a moment to pause and enjoy.

Nancy and Elisabeth had a love that we can only hope our own relationships blossom into.  The way they looked at each other, their coordinating outfits, their love of color and all things bright - there wasn't a photo that had the two of them together that we couldn't help but smile at. We proudly invite you to enjoy their wedding day, and we hope it has the same effect on you! 

Nancy's bridal bouquet had lots of pretty pink hues.  Sweet pea, ranunculus, astible, garden roses, and touches of dusty miller were gathered in a beautiful wrap of hanging ribbons and pearls for a lovely feminine look.  


Look at these ladies in blue!  Elisabeth's bouquet had a cascading shape, made with eucalyptus, ferns, astilbe, rose and blue boronia. 

The couple was welcomed to their ceremony space with aisle petals and full, lush arrangements of astilbe, roses, larkspur, stock and ferns in grey urns.

A eucalyptus garland dressed up the couple's arbor, with pops of pinks and blues to match their theme. 


We loved these silver acrylic compotes for the ladies' centerpieces.  Pink carnations, roses, astilbe, ranunculus and ferns made them very full and colorful, and the reflection from the mirrored plate was a perfect finishing touch! 

We reused the ceremony garland on the sweetheart table for an added statement piece.

Pink roses added some color to this beautiful wedding cake, and helped it blend in with their color scheme. 

Congratulations, Elisabeth & Nancy!  Wishing you many years of happiness! 

Mary Coombs