As seen on Martha Stewart Weddings.
This romantic fall wedding at Brittland Manor was such a dream. We have done quite a few weddings at Brittland Manor and it is always such a pleasure to see how they are all so unique to each couple. Christina loves garden roses, specifically distant drums, so our color palate revolved around this favorite bloom of hers. Christina and Matt’s day was photographed by Jen Huang for Adriana Marie Events and was recently featured on Martha Stewart Weddings.
Sophie’s sweet sister Julie married her love Connor at the family tree farm in Laytonsville, MD. Being that the wedding was on the farm, it only made sense to bring some trees inside the tent. We installed the trees to the main tent poles, and their branches helped connect the focal floral chandelier that hung over the dance floor. We “planted” small flower beds and tree hydrangeas at the base of each tent stake for a really “finished” look. Julie’s big priority was her live band Go Go Gadget …they were amazing and out of all of the weddings I have seen, I have never seen one with more dancing. If you are looking for a GREAT band, check them out!
Venue: 1840s Plaza
Dress: Allure Bridals; Kleinfeld
Entertainment: L.A Events
Dessert: Flavor Cupcakery
Catering: Zeffert and Gold
Grooms attire: Trunk Club
Bridesmaids dresses: WTOO by Watters; Bella Bridesmaids
Hair: Brushing Bride
Makeup: Val Hammer
Photographer: Hannah Leigh Photography
As seen in Modern Luxury Weddings Washington.
We were excited to get to play with an underutilized color palette for this project. We love to use seasonal blooms so we knew that the yellow pansies would be perfect. Our team happened to be in NYC the day before this photo shoot and we fell in love with the tree peonies while browsing the New York Flower Markets. We knew they would steal the show. The orange-like fruits on the twisted, thorny stems are from a Flying Dragon Tree. Our local flower farmer, Carol from Plant Masters, snipped them specially for us.