Kelli is pretty adorable. Everytime we met, she was nothing but smiles and a total joy to work with. I'd never worked at the Stony Point Hall before, it was quite a ways away, but such a fun and unique venue. She and Nathan were lucky enough to have a gorgeous September day for their outdoor ceremony. With ivories, greens, and bright pops of cobalt blue her flowers were colorful, and and classic all at the same time. Lovely pictures by epaga foto, and emmy-ray.
Kelli gave us sweet charms with photos of her grandparents to add to her bouquet.
We decorated the existing ceremony arch with sprays of green, ivory, and bright blue flowers that coordinated with the bouquets and arrangements. It was quite an idealic backdrop for the couples vows.
We placed a damask patterned lime green linen on the head table along with blue vintage mason jars collected by the bride for all the bridesmaids bouquets.
There were two types of arrangements for the reception. One was a simple tall arrangement full of babies breath. The other a mix of milk glass and cobalt blue vases, all collected by the bride. Our lime green mulit-patterned linens add an extra layer of color to each table. Blue uplighting at Stony Point Hall complimented the decor.
xo - Emily