South Jersey Wedding Florist : Mandi & Tom at Scotland Run
Mandi and Tom's wedding at Scotland Run Golf Club was full of bright colors and unique details. Mandi's fun, nature-loving personality shone through in her wedding decor, and we loved how she and her mom got knee-deep in helping bring her vision to life.
Scotland Run is known for its gorgeous gardens, making it the perfect venue for a bride who loves the outdoors. Since there wasn't much need for big ticket decor items in such a pretty setting, we made sure to go all out in the smaller details. Dana Zarin Photography did another amazing job in capturing all of the personalized touches and bubbly vibe from this special day.
We are firm believers that you really can use flowers anywhere! These funky floral sunglasses were such a fun touch to coordinate with Mandi's ensemble.
Mandi's bouquet was a pretty pastel mix, made with dahlias, roses, lisianthus, zinnias and Queen Anne's lace.
Our girl went all out with her floral selections, even adding this adorable decorated comb for her veil.
Mandi's bridesmaids carried coordinating bouquets of roses, dahlias, berries and Queen Anne's lace.
How cute is this?! A colorful mix of zinnias, ranunculus, and greens brightened up this rustic flowergirl basket.
The guys didn't look too shabby either! Bouts of spray roses with touches of berries, wax flower and fern once again showed the benefits of concentrating on the smaller details.
The ceremony set up at Scotland Run is simply gorgeous. Hanging ferns and lush green gardens completely surround the altar, creating a natural, intimate space for the couple. We spruced up the aisle with arrangements of roses and greenery to add the pop of color found in the rest of Mandi's decor.
Talk about a statement piece! The mother of the bride was so helpful in all of the planning, and even made these birch teepees to maximize her daughter's taste. We added arrangements of stock, ferns, roses, lisianthus and greenery. Potted ferns served as living favors for guests to take home.
Touches of loose moss and ferns helped create the woodland style that Mandi loved so much.
We were so obsessed over these adorable teepees. They fit the bill as the perfect tall centerpiece - they don't block guests from seeing each other, but are definitely show stoppers in terms of style! They are great pieces for brides with a more rustic taste. Our birch table numbers and fern napkin details finished the look.
Mandi's second centerpiece selection was a trio of wooden stumps with candles, surrounded by a floral ring of hydrangea, lisianthus, roses, dahlias and ferns.
Of course every couple needs a special touch for their first married meal together! Mandi and Tom chose to dine with a spray of ferns and lush greenery with roses and stock spilling over their sweetheart table for a romantic, woodland feel.
The final touch for Mandi and Tom's special day was their birch-themed cake, topped with a cluster of roses, ferns, stock and dahlias.
Congratulations, Mandi and Tom! May you continue to walk hand in hand throughout your marriage!