Real Wedding: Heirloom Garden, Part Two

Kelly  |  February 27

How simply stunning are the florals by Modern Day Design? Garden roses, ranunculus, berries, oh my… I particularly love the elegant water bottles (no ugly water pitchers here) and the chair treatment with olive branches is quite simply perfect.

I love the simple arrangement of ranunculus, mint and berries (mint is one of my favorite greens to use in flowers, it smells sooo good). And can we talk about the flatware? Obsessed. Its the bride’s grandmother’s silver, gorgeous no?

Since the couple wanted more of a dinner party feel, a record player played music, while guests feasted and ate homemade desserts (the groom’s brother made the macarons).

At the end of the night, the couple set some sky lanterns (basically a mini hot air balloon) up and away… What a stunning way to end the night…

From the bride, Tamara:

My theme for the wedding was to have an intimate family dinner reception. I loved the idea of adding vintage finds as well as using memento’s of our grandparents (who are no longer with us)! With the wedding being in late summer- we chose to use flowers and a color palette that could reflect that change in season.
Flowers & Decor: Modern Day Design
Bride’s Dress: Enzoani
Catering: Sophie Le Doré
Rental Furniture: Classic Party Rentals
Reception Venue: Private Estate
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4 Comments »

  1. What a beautiful ceremony. I love the homemade elements too, like the desserts – gives it that personal touch which is so lovely!

    Comment by Somerset wedding gal — March 29, 2012 @ 4:59 am

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  3. Such beautiful flowers and chair decor!

    Comment by Passion Roots — May 6, 2013 @ 4:31 pm

  4. I AM GETTING MARRIED IN SEPTEMBER AND WE WERE TALKING ABOUT RELEASING A FLOATING LANTERN AND THOUGHT THIS WAS A GREAT IDEA, BUT WERE DO YOU GET THEM OR DID YOU MAKE THEM? IF SO , HOW ARE THEY MADE? THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS IDEA.

    Comment by DIANNE MALONE — July 22, 2013 @ 7:01 am

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