9.24.22 ~Seven Springs, Manquin, VA
Sadie and Derald got married on a beautiful fall day on the gorgeous property of Seven Springs. They wanted lots of shades of orange – from rust to peach with lots of greenery and whites, pinks, and pops of blue.
Sadie’s bridal bouquet was so colorful and so eye catching. And the bridesmaids bouquets were just miniature versions of hers. The guys had some matching floral elements in orange and white for their boutonnieres with Derald’s, the groom, being the most to stand out!
For their ceremony, we put flowers on one corner of the rectangular arch that extended past the middle of the top beam for an asymmetrical frame around the bride and groom. Big compote urns of flowers sat on 2 whiskey barrels at the entrance of the aisle.
One of my favorite parts about this wedding was the mother of the bride creating the compote vases for me to use for some of the table centerpieces. She shared that she makes pottery and we decided this was an awesome touch to add to the day! The other half of the tables were adorned with bud vases, greenery, and candles.
But the favorites don’t stop there! We put greenery around the chandelier that hung over the dance floor which I am a BIG fan of! Greenery on mantles, stairs, and chandeliers are my jam!!
I also got to create florals spilling out of a drawer of the armoire where the cake was sitting on top of. I have been wanting to do this for quite some time now so I was stoked to finally get the chance and it turned out beautifully!
This day was nothing short of perfection and I’d go back and do it all again!