Saturday, December 10, 2011

Ashley and Justin's Fabulous Vintage Wedding at John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove

I loved working with Ashley right away! She and her fiance Justin went with a vintage themed wedding with a deep plum, purple, blue, and silver palate. Check these AMAZING photos by the fabulous Lauren Fair Photography!

The colors looked amazing with the dresses!

I am so in love with everything about these colors!

Ashley looked gorgeous and I love how she is totally glowing in all these photos!

Her bouquet was one of my favorite ever! I used fluffy champagne Cafe Au Lait dahlias, white ranunculus, and white roses.

The bridesmaids flowers were beyond gorgeous! We used burgundy dahlias, English lavender, silver brunia, pink Davaid Austin garden roses, blue hydrangeas, pink ranunculus, and antique green hydrangeas from Holland.

Justin wore white ranunculus, LOVE these!

The men wore dark plum ranunculus blooms.

Super fun! I love the props!

The ceremony was super simple and intimate. We had green antique hydrangeas down the aisle and arrangements on the altar to match the bridesmaids flowers. I always suggest trying to re-use the flowers and bring them to the reception.

Their decor was gorgeous and super vintage! Check out the skeleton keys on the old door! So awesome how I have a load of these doors sitting in my attic (of our 1800's Victorian where I also have my flower shop!) And I am OBSESSED with the strings of lights hung from the beams. Every detail was perfect!

Check out how the bridesmaids bouquets were placed in aqua mason jars and set in front of the fireplace! Notice the altar flowers decorating each side of the gorgeous stone fireplace.

Her cocktail tables all had a vintage jar in shades of green or blue with a single stem of dahlia or hydrangea.

The tables turned out beautiful! The aqua mason jars were filled with dahlias, hydrangeas, ranunculus, silver brunia, garden roses, and curly willow.

I love the aqua mason jars. They are so pretty!

We accented the cake with groupings of fresh hydrangeas.


I love old stone buildings. What a beautiful backdrop!

Congratulations to you both! It was an absolute pleasure!

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