AN ANTIQUE TOUCH: A family pendant (passed down for four generations) old added “something old” to Aly’s white rose bouquet by Gathering Floral + Event Design
FORWARD, MARCH: Aly and Jake exited First Scots in proper Marine tradition.
CRUNCH ‘N’ MUNCH: Welcome boxes filled with cheese straws from Hamby Catering were wrapped in cheery blue paper and hinted at the event’s colors.
KEEP IT SIMPLE: To maintain the simply colored tablescape, Heather Barrie of Gathering placed small bouquets of coral amaryllis and lisianthus with parrot tulips near white candles in clear glass vases.
EASY BREEZY: The honey tones of the lounge’s white-cushioned wicker complemented the various orange hues in the florals.
TALK OF THE TABLE: Floral arrangements stood against white sofas and tables and the exposed brick walls of the Historic Rice Mill House.
OPEN INVITE: Tone-on-tone white and ivory furniture and linens allowed sweet clusters of peach, melon, and orange flowers to stand out.
COOL COCKTAIL: Orange slices, striped gray straws, and a specialty cocktail played up the night’s palette.
PRETTY IN PEACH: Amaryllis, lisianthus, and parrot tulips added pops of peach and orange to the reception décor.
LET THERE BE LIGHT: Mercury glass vases added sheen, sparkle, and depth to the setting.
IVORY TOWER: The four-tiered confection by Wedding Cakes by Jim Smeal mimicked the tablescape’s white and cream coloring, the layers of Aly’s Vera Wang gown, and the flora of her bouquet.
CRISP AND CLASSIC: The Oscar & Emma stationery suite added to the traditional feel of the spring ceremony.
BELLA BOX: Treat-filled welcome boxes in the weddings colors and tied with a double-faced satin ribbon greeted guests.