Ashlee and Mark's wedding took place at the lovely Kimberton Inn. She wanted to use a color palette of red and white with accents of silver. It fit in beautifully with the holiday decorations already displayed. Ashlee's bouquet was made up of gorgeous red mokara orchids in a more non-traditional bouquet. Mark wore a mini-white calla lily for his boutonniere.
Ashlee wanted a more "untamed" bouquet of red daisy mums and white lisianthus for her bridesmaids to carry. . Groomsmen wore boutonnieres of red hypericum berries.
At Kimberton Inn, the indoor ceremony takes place in the beautiful reception area. We set aside the centerpieces and set up the ceremony flowers as Ashlee requested. On white pedestals, I filled two silver trumpet vases with hydrangea, carnations, calla lilies, and white branches. It looks so pretty sitting in front of the fireplace.
Ashlee chose to use my tall silver vase with red lilies and winter branches for her placecard table.
We used two centerpieces for the wedding reception. The tall centerpieces contained red berries and white branches in the base. The winter greens and flowers topped off the containers with some white winter branches and burgundy snapdragons.
I mixed lots of white hydrangea with red carnations in glass squares. I topped off the flower arrangement with a few white branches to keep the look of winter.
Congratulations to Ashlee and Mark. May you always be as happy as you were on your wedding day!