Today’s post recap’s Emilie and Zeke’s wedding at the Riverstone Manor. Emilie had a very distinct vision for their ceremony and reception. She was a major help in creating this “collected objects” style.
A beautiful October day for an outdoor ceremony, phew! Rose petals lightly scattered down the aisle with small hydrangea cones tied to every other chair.
Emilie and Zeke’s wedding was our first experience with our now very popular ladder escort card display! Truly a collection of objects (watering cans used as flower vessels, tea lights, interesting little trinkets) strung together to create the WOW factor when their guests arrived to the tent for cocktail hour.
A few extra detail shots because there were too many great moments to choose from. Textures were layered, everything from burlap to lace, aluminum to baby’s breath to create this industrial yet feminine feel, love it! Even the random pattern of escort paper color just adds to this “shabby chic” style.
Emilie’s bouquet was rich with color, exposed stems and loosely gathered with a delicate scalloped lace.
The bridesmaid’s bouqets were unique, no two the same – but all featured these incredibly rich lush looking flowers. Especially love these deep violet calla lilly’s and roses.
Flower filled teapots and sugar canisters were used as centerpieces. Every table a different container with autumn colored metallic chargers used as a base.
Our favorite little teapot was used on Emilie and Zeke’s sweetheart table.
The gift table featured an elaborate branch centerpiece draped with this vintage crocheted fabric. We created a unique card box using old luggage. There was also a memory table with images that were special to the couple.
So many special and unique moments from this celebration, like I said before Emilie really wanted their wedding to feel personal and I’d say it was a success!
This is a perfect example of digesting wedding trends but essentially making them your own. Up next is Alicia & Bob’s wedding at the Glen Sanders Mansion. If you are a bride-to-be, be sure to come visit us this Sunday, January 19th at the Mazzone Hospitality wedding show – we’ll be set up at GSM!