We sourced lots of interesting greenery for E + D’s Baltimore wedding, including lots of fresh herbs and olive branches that still had the olives on them. Emily wanted her bouquets to consist mainly of greenery, and only a few blooms. We really enjoyed designing these unique bouquets and centerpieces, if you look closely you will see the fresh figs and plums gathered at the bases of each centerpiece. This couples day was captured by Alicia Wiley Photography for Satin + Sage Events at the George Peabody Library.
As seen printed in Washingtonian Weddings.
Erin and Ken had such a beautiful vision for their wedding day, which included the most intricate origami paper crane wall that they crafted by hand. We loved flowering their ceremony site, which was a lush garden installation. This sweet couples wedding was photographed by Angela Newton Roy for Lemon and Lime Event Design at the Meridian House.
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.