The Heinz History Center is such a fun venue and Maura was so great to work with. The ceremony was in the Great Hall and we lined the aisle with floating candles in glass cylinders for a clean, fresh look.
Simone from 5 Senses Events tied these fabulous chair sashes. It’s the little details that count!
We designed these large urns with a seasonal garden feel.
Meghan’s bouquet was another one of my favorites that I have ever made. She asked for a seasonal, garden feel with lots of texture in green, white and brown. I love it when my clients give me creative freedom as it allows me to shop for what is fresh and unique.
For her bouquet, I used peonies, lily of the valley, fiddlehead ferns, heleborus, ranunculus, veronica, cymbidium orchids, scabiosa pods, garden roses, cockscomb, bouvardia and green viburnum.
What a cool space for a wedding! I’m sure the out of town guests had a blast!
Here were the centerpieces of tulips, peonies, ranunculus, veronica, scabiosa, cockscomb, garden roses, cymbidium orchids, hosta leaves, scabiosa pods, bouvardia and heleborus.
The fabulous vendors that made it happen:Ceremony and Reception Venue: http://www.heinzhistorycenter.org/Day of Coordinator: Simone from http://www.5sensesevents.com/Rentals from: http://www.allparty.com/Photographer: http://www.justinmerriman.com/DJ: (Always my favorite!) http://www.jeremyganss.com/Florist: http://www.mocharose.com/Baker: http://www.prantlsbakery.com/ Thanks and congrats to Meghan and Ben!