Erin and Adam celebrated their gorgeous wedding at the historic Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Hamilton Building. Erin’s stunning lace dress was complemented by the white and ivory blooms of her bouquet, featuring Vendela roses, yarrow, silver dollar eucalyptus, olive branches, and dusty miller. Adam sported a boutonniere with spray roses, dusty miller, and silver dollar eucalyptus. Erin loved incorporating dusty miller into the floral designs, not just because of the eye-catching texture, but because Miller was her soon-to-be last name!
The chuppah, simply elegant and classic, was draped in sheer ivory fabric, white and ivory blooms, and greenery that gave off an incredibly romantic feel. The gilded ceremony chairs, later set at the head of the table, were adorned with cascading greenery and petit bouquets of roses.
Erin and Adam honored their loved ones who could not be with them on their special day by sweetly displaying a collection of grandparent wedding photos. It was a touching tribute and everyone loved looking at the images.
Striking arrangements in the dining room wowed the guests. From tall fluted glass vases that reached the ceiling, to the low gold pedestal arrangements designed with lush and soft muted blooms, to the sparkling candlelight on the tables, warm and romantic vibes infused the reception.
Erin and Adam’s elegant, intimate, and beautiful wedding was filled with so much love, delicious food, excellent music, and non-stop dancing!