With fall approaching, I wanted to dig up one of my favorite weddings from last fall that took place at the Prospect Park Boathouse. I was thrilled to hear from this "off beat" sort of bride. She was looking to me to conjure up some super interesting elements for her fall wedding that incorporated a vintage and steampunk elements.
To start the bride wanted to make sure of two things. 1.) use lot's of orange. and 2.) use dried chinese lanterns. The task was on! For the centerpieces, we decided to use my serpentine vases that snaked in a semi circle on the tables that have a combination of chinese lanterns and fiddle head ferns. On either side of the serpentine snake, we had a mini bronze urns that had deep red Black Baccara roses, orange protea, scabiosa pods, dahlias, and berries. We chose a finely woven jute table cloth to neutralize the bright oranges, but, keep it warm.
The brides bouquet was one of my favorites. We went with a super rich and over saturated color pallet to contrast her gorgeous vintage inspired lace dress. Her girls were in gorgeous lace and copper satin dresses and also held a rich, autumnal bouquet of flowers.
Her card table was super fun! We decided to use my vintage tool organizer for the card table display. Each of us spent time collecting old clock keys that became the anchor for the name tags created by the super talented Ruth Irving of Papertopias. Each key was nestled in a cubby hole, resting on top of a vintage napkin. Next to the tool organizer was my gorgeous vintage type writer from the 1920's that was used as the guest book. The paper was also hand crafted by Ruth Irving to feature a customized monogram to signify their special day.
We are all so very grateful for the response, attendance and feedback our Brooklyn Betrothed, one-year anniversary celebration generated. The support we have received is phenomenal and made for one very successful evening. Big sincere thanks to everyone involved!
This wedding took place on September 9th, one of the most gorgeous days of the year. This was also one of my favorite weddings this year to design. We kept is sophisticated and modern with a touch of glam-goth! We used David Austin patience garden roses, bells of Ireland, black star callas, red ranunculus, cymbidium orchids, chocolate cosmos, and the exquisite Tacca orchids for the over the top dramamarama additive. These are by far the most unusual orchids I have even encountered. We used them in special places like the bridal bouquet, the cake table, and scattered on the long table. Another one of my favorite touches were the mixed silver and gold chairs and silverware. So fun and unique! See more from this wedding on my floral Facebook page. Enjoy! xo
Gorgeous, fun, last minute wedding with some of my favorite plannersFirefly Events. The colors were all soft creams, peaches, and blush. I loved her ceremony piece! Enjoy! See more images on my floral Facebook page.