Back in January, I wrote a blog entitled “Pedicure Not Required”.
The blog was about the vision a bride had to walk down a tree lined orchard lined aisle barefoot.
Her vision came true this past Sunday at The Adoboun House in Adoboun, Pa.
Chair clusters designed in mason jars hung from the back of the chairs to mark family rows.
The hazel blue double-faced satin ribbon coordinated with the Bridemaid’s dresses.
The color palette was just “picked from the garden” pale blue, purple and white. The bride loves blueberries.
Blueberry branches were used on the place card table, centerpieces and with the boutonnieres. Bowls of fresh blueberries were placed on guest tables.
Images of a cow, a fish or a carrot on each guests place card indicated to the caterer which meal was chosen.
Beautiful table numbers that reflected the orchard that the couple got married in were incorporated within the arrangements.
Guest table arrangements were designed in mason jars. She provided boxes of Jordan Almonds wrapped in hazel blue ribbon for each guest.
She had an incredible eye for details
This beautiful fireplace is located with in the reception site. Candles created a soft, summery romantic feeling.
I was such an incredible pleasure to be a part of Dante’s vision.
We met back in January and worked together all along the way.
I loved working with her and I am so happy that she did walk down a tree lined orchard barefoot.
Check out more images from the wedding on our facebook page.
Posted Under: WeddingsTags: Adoboun House, Jeffery Miller Catering