Fall is a great time of year for brides to be married as the colors and flowers in the flower market are so beautiful and saturated. Lots of jewel tones and of course those oh-so-striking oranges/yellows/reds/greens.
We set up a serene ceremony setting at the Hadwen House last Sunday. It was such a perfect day, and apparently quite a few passers by thought so also. When our team went to break down the ceremony they were stopped and asked to wait. Some members of the garden club had seen our work and ran home for their cameras. They thought it was a Gardener’s dream and wished we could have kept it up for them to sit and enjoy. I think that is a pretty lovely compliment to receive.
We used bold, jewel tone colors in the centerpieces at the Whaling Museum. The linens and rentals were provided by Placesetters.
For any couples thinking of getting married there, the exposed brick walls and high ceilings lend themselves to strong color statements and it is the one place on this island that you don’t have to worry if you want some height to your arrangements. No wind to blow them over!!
Thanks Sarina and David for letting us be a part of your special day. It was a pleasure working with you!