A quiet farm in rural Ohio was transformed into a black tie setting. The wedding ceremony took place outdoors and was followed by a tented reception on a windy fall afternoon. Green and white tulips, roses, dahlias and orchids filled glass and gold geometric vessels peppering the length of long family style tables. Tall white candles and small gilt votives set a dreamy, romantic mood.
Guests arriving to the cocktail area just outside the Hilton Netherland Plaza’s Hall of Mirrors were greeted with warm lights, small cafe tables draped in blush linens, set with glowing votives, bud vases packed with hydrangea, little roses, and wax flower.
Meredith & Elliot’s guests enjoyed a gorgeous reception in a room full of tall, focal arrangements full of white flowers and an assortment of greenery including eucalyptus and silvery lamb’s ear.
Becca was stunning in her long, elegant gown which set the tone for a breezy, sophisticated celebration. She carried a full bouquet of orchid, rose, peony, succulent, and eucalyptus. Her bridesmaids wore flowing mix and match white dresses and carried slightly smaller elegant white floral bouquets.
A lush white and green living table runner with roses, orchids, and peonies dressed the long family table of Burnham Hall at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Cincinnati. Natural linens covered the circular tables which held mixes of white roses, hydrangea, peonies, green succulents and eucalyptus interspersed with the stunning king protea. The simple white and green palette beautifully incorporated the gold of the chiavari chairs and historic railings encircling the historic Hall.
A long, simple white aisle runner led Becca to the chuppah, a Jewish symbol of the couple's future home. The chuppah was dressed asymmetrically in white hydrangea and green vine. The textured hydrangea, roses, and long tendrils of greenery brought the bright summer day into Burnham Hall.
Texture, elegance, nuance and an invitation to look was our starting point for this beautiful mid summer wedding. We created an ombre floral wall whose highest point was all bright cloud white tufts of sweet pea and rose. Then slowly the colors and textures radiate hints of pale chartreuse and the stippled texture of tiny hydrangea blossoms invite the darker forest greens to break through. Feathery, lush foliage seems to reach from below calling the eye all the way to rest at the bottom and make its way back up. After the ceremony the floral wall was transformed into the backdrop for the photobooth at the reception.
Clusters of hydrangea were placed in glass bowls amid votives of varying shapes. Escort cards were nestled on a blanket of chartreuse hydrangea blossoms whose tiny heads resembled the diamond shaped pattern on the cards.
The large focal ceremony arrangements and table settings were a balance of natural and intentional without being forced. You see the makers thoughtful hand working to create a unique living work of art. Tables were covered in gold linens and walls were lit with a subtle peach-pink glow that was otherworldly in its luminescence.