Jennifer and Mark celebrated their love and marriage at the wonderful Columbia Station in Phoenixville. Together we designed a wedding with a red and white color pallette carried throughout their reception. I think we made a pretty good team. And a huge thank you to Ron Dlutz for sharing his photographs with me.
How cute is this face? When I look at it I think of the saying - "Just because two people fell in love!" Their son is absolutely adorable. I did make him a tiny boutonniere with velcro to wear. Pins are a "no-no" for babies.
Jennifer's bouquet was made up of wide opened white roses with a high petal count and red mini calla lilies. Mark wore a matching red mini calla lily boutonniere.
Groomsmen wore cream colored roses.
Mothers carried single standard white calla lilies which were ribbonned in red.
The ceremony was held indoors. I made two large arrangements of red and white flowers to sit on pedestals.
I found the perfect gerber daisy to use on top of the bubbles in the martini glasses. It's red, white, and black! We made the heart stirrers out of silver wire.
The placecard table arrangement contained layers of hydrangea, roses, and calla lilies.
In keeping with the red and white theme I made two different, but similar, centerpieces. Jennifer and Mark thought that the bubbles inside the cylinders were a lot of fun - so we started there.
The red bubbles were topped with a dome of white carnations with inserted red roses. The white bubbled cylinders were just the opposite. The sweetheart table had mini versions of these cylinders as well. So cute!