Intimate, Romantic Wedding at Sepia

Allison and Jon planned an intimate dinner reception for their closest family and friends at Sepia featuring a romantic atmosphere with candle light and lush, romantic flowers.

Allison carried a bouquet with an elegant, natural shape filled with garden roses, tuberose, stock, peonies and ranunculus. The various hues of burgundy, blush, and medium pink blended perfectly to compliment the bride’s soft, romantic look in her lace wedding dress. We love incorporating sentimental value whether that be incorporating a family member’s favorite flowers or wrapping a bride’s bouquet in a sash from her mom’s wedding dress as we did with Allison’s.

Jon’s light pink boutonniere popped against his classic blue suit and the little ones were certainly not forgotten either. The ring bearers looked dapper in matching boutonnieres and the flower girls were adorned with flower crowns of pink spray roses and wax flower.

For dinner, we enhanced each of the long tables with lush eucalyptus garland and pops of pink blooms. The stemmed votive holders with gold mercury glass candle light added to the romantic vibe of the evening. Thank you to The Still Life Photography for these beautiful images.

Skyline Loft Wedding at Bridgeport Art Center

Kendall and Patrick were married this April in the beautiful Skyline Loft space at Bridgeport Art Center.  Their look was soft and romantic with blush and ivory flowers.  There were so many floral details to this wedding... too many to list, so you'll have to check out the gallery below. The most jawdropping element (in my opinion) was the hanging babysbreath installation with candles above the head table.  I was a proud florist when I saw that go up! Planning that installation was cause for some restless never want anything to fall on the bride and groom, you know? Ha!    

A special thanks to the Shane Welch Photography for deoing an amazing job capturing all the details of the affair!  Another thanks to the team at Sound Investment for helping us hang 150 votives from the very tall beams!

Congrats Kendall and Patrick!  It was a pleasure working with you both!