Kate and Mike's wedding at the Brandywine Manor showed the elegance and grace that is found in a more simplistic style. Kate's floral selections were centered mostly around lush greens and clean white flowers, allowing the charm of her venue to set the mood of the atmosphere.
Samantha Jay Photography once again impressed with her talents, and generously shared her work with us. We would be thrilled to work with Samantha rain or shine, but she seems to have an exceptional talent for displaying the unique beauty nature holds in colder weather.
Take a look for yourself in these glamorous wedding photos, below!
Kate's bouquet was a mix of white peonies, roses, eucalyptus and these amazing anemones. Anemones can be somewhat of a fickle flower, but it's easy to see here why they are such a popular selection. They are total show-stealers!
Kate's bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her own bouquet, a nice staple for the girls who all wore different gowns in blush and neutral tones.
What a great looking couple! Mike and his groomsmen wore bouts of white spray roses with a touch of seeded eucalyptus.
Kate's flowergirl kicked up the cuteness factor with her floral crown.
This barnwood backdrop set up the rustic altar for Kate and Mike's wedding vows - the texture of the wood didn't call for much in terms of decor, so this eucalyptus garland with some added white roses and peonies was the perfect way to frame the couple.
How gorgeous is this reception space? String lights, chandeliers and crisp white linens heightened the romance of the barn. Kate provided long garlands for the tables, and we dressed them up with gold mercury votives. White floral napkin treatments served as the final touch in dressing up the table settings.
We love these cute bottles of roses and eucalyptus that lined the placecard table - and how pretty is that script?!
Chair swags are a great way to add a special touch to the couple's spots when they are seated at a head table with friends. Pretty champagne ribbon stood out from the white and green color scheme of the tablescape.
Love this cake table display! Different frosting techniques and sizes added some texture to the desserts, and our touches of eucalyptus added just enough natural color to the otherwise all-white display.
Congratulations, Kate and Mike! Thank you so much for having us be a part of your special day!