Bridal white was the rule of the day for Meghan and Cory - what a beautifully classic palette. Fully bloomed white Akito roses for all the bouquets, hydrangea and super select ruffled white carnations in the centerpieces. The wedding arch was a combination of all of these, with English ivy and Italian ruscus creating a beautiful green backdrop.
Flowers: standard roses, hydrangea, carnations
Foliage: English ivy, ruscus, plumosa
Josh and Emily
Married at the most perfect little Hunt Country winery in Virginia, Aspen Dale Winery in Delaplane, Emily wanted big color tempered with bridal white for the ceremony flowers. An intimate family ceremony was followed the next day by a large reception at the A.Smith Bowman Distillery in Fredericksburg, where the flower power was turned to 11.
Foliage: Moon and Stars aspisdistra, aralia, podocarpus, feather eucalyptus, cochulas, jasmine, sea star fern, ruscus, huckleberry
Mike and Kelsey
The farm of a family friend - Oak Creek Farm- in Culpeper County was the perfect spot for Kelsey and Mike to say "I do" and then dance the night away. The palette was all autumn, all about the rich abundance and super saturated color. Joyful.
Yellow, the brides favorite color is yellow. What a wonderful way to bring in a nod to autumn at Airlie, and delight a bride with the color that speaks to her. This is how you celebrate a marriage and a season!
Flowers: dahlias, standard and spray roses, hypericum berries, solidago, waxflower, hydrangea, amaranthus, ranunculus, chrysanthemums, celosia
Foliage: ivy, salal, seeded eucalyptus, nigra pittosporum, italian ruscus, oregonia, millet