Farm and Garden Flowers
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: the meaning is in the details. There are so many moving pieces in a wedding day, but certain details have a way of sticking in our memories on the most important of days. Colors, sounds, textures, and emotions act as triggers to these memories, reminding us of the little squeeze we gave our dad’s arm as he walked us down the aisle, or of the moment time seemed to freeze before we said “I do.”
Managing those details and moving pieces can be tough, which is why working with knowledgable and experienced wedding vendors is so important. Leading up to and on your wedding day, you should be able to enjoy the process and focus on being in the moment.
The details are what make anything worthwhile.
This collaboration was chock-full of beautiful, meaningful, and innovative pieces—from the velvet bridesmaid dresses, to the minimalistic floral hoops, the decadent cake dripping with caramel, the antique Victorian sofa, and the raw Pennsylvanian autumn landscape.
The stationery for this collaboration used handmade paper, marbled envelope liners, and muted envelope colors with metallic calligraphy addressing. The main invitation features flowing, full calligraphy layout, while the details and response cards use a mixture of traditional serif type and calligraphy. A detailed and delicate floral illustration is also used on the details card. Menus are designed to match, and utilize the marbled paper for small name cards on the menu itself. We designed the suite to be organic and raw, balancing tradition and elegance with authenticity.
Photography & Planning: Jieru Photography
Venue: Farm and Garden Flowers
Wedding Gown: Hyacinth Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridal
Florals: Winsome Floral
Stationery & Calligraphy: Caitlin O’Bryant Design
Desserts: Amy’s Sweet Bakeshop
Stylist: Susan Padron
Makeup Artist: Makeup by Shanna Gabrielle
Hair: Dara H Hair Stylist
Ribbons & Linens: Thistle and Twill
Jewelry & Fur Coat: Malena’s Vintage Boutique