For Liz and Aaron’s wedding, we got the honor of giving Room 1520 a romantic garden makeover. Their chic wedding style featured blush and ivory flowers with a variety of greenery to create an organic, elegant day to remember.
Liz’s bouquet was designed with a loose, natural shape. Garden roses, dahlias, peonies, ranunculus, lisianthus and eucalyptus were arranged with a slight cascade. The bridesmaids had smaller bouquets in the same style, and Jay and the groomsmen wore boutonnieres of blush spray roses.
The bright white ceremony space was the perfect blank canvas to add a gorgeous birch arch with draping white chiffon and wild greenery and roses. The deep green colors made the altar the focal point of the room, and the pink and ivory roses added romance and class to the ceremony area.
After the ceremony the room was transformed into tables lined with green garlands and gold lanterns. The summer sun lit up the dinner area and the white linens and bright floral made the room so light and lovely. The three key components: rich greenery, soft colored blooms, and gold decor accents were simple on their own, but together combined to create a luxurious and lovely evening.