Meghan and Ben at the History Center

Our second wedding of the weekend was for Meghan and Ben at the Heinz History Center. They were another wonderful family to work with and had a great sense of style.
If I could define this wedding in four words, they would be urban, intimate, chic and green.

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 was such a gorgeous bride!

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.

And the fresh moss ring bearer pillows.

And as always, I love it when I get to work with Simone from 5 Senses Events. There are no words to describe how fabulous she is. She also makes my job incredibly easy because I know everything is already taken care of.

The fabulous vendors that made it happen:Ceremony and Reception Venue: of Coordinator: Simone from from: (Always my favorite!) Thanks and congrats to Meghan and Ben!