Phillip Gabriel Photography captured every moment, every detail. We especially love this stunning
image of the bouquets packaged in their boxes, ready to be presented to our bride.
The Brides Bouquet
Our bohemian bride carried a stunning bouquet of Roses, Hydrangea, Astilbe and Scented Geranium.
The groom was pinned with a boutonniere created with a Rose, Dusty Miller and Astilbe.
Each bridesmaid carried an organic, loose and natural bouquet of blooms that complimented their gorgeous gowns.
TableArt was pleased to be involved in designing every detail of this celebration including the stunning invitation suite created by Katie Fischer Design.
Inspiration for the design for a wedding can come from many sources; interior design, fashion or mother nature. Inspriration can also come from what might seem to be slightest detail.
In this case, the design concept for Lindsey and Danny’s Bohemian wedding was inspired by a swatch of pink ribbon; Our bride loves ribbon. The ribbon inspiration came into full focus with our stunning chuppah designed with ribbon streamers.
Lindsay found these adorable ribbon wands to give to each one of her guests. We placed them on the ceremony chairs.
Whimsical iron wire lanterns hung above the rustic escort card table.
The escort cards were custom designed seed packets, a tribute to the venue’s planting and growth program.
We loved these ribbon chandeliers that we designed to hang above some of the guest dinner tables.
Artichokes, Fiddlehead Ferns, Hypericum Berry, Hydrangea and Roses were combined to create the enchanting centerpieces.
Thank you to our incredible Bride and Groom for letting us create this magical evening for them and their guests.
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