There's always a certain kind of vibe we get from different couples. Some are whimsical, some are spontaneous, and some are even all-out party animals. With Jenna and Noah though, there was a fresh, effortless, romantic feeling that made setting up a breeze. Sometimes we get to know the bride and groom better over the course of months (and even years!), and that makes the entire process all the more worthwhile. Thanks for letting us be a part of your special day, and congratulations to Jenna and Noah!
Flowers by Ivie Joy | Photos by Sophie Mathewson
Fun fact: Jenna and Noah met on the LIRR nine years ago! They decided to have their "first look" shoot at the Douglaston station where they met.
Jenna's bridal bouquet was a texturized summertime bouquet of garden roses, scabiosa, astilbe, peonies, and anemones. Noah's had a boutonnière of two anemone blooms.
Bridesmaid Caity (fourth from left) will be one of our brides this November! Thanks for the recommendation, and we can't wait to do your wedding!
We built the couple a stage and luxurious chuppah for the ceremony. Thankfully, the ceremony was already over by the time the storm rolled in!
Table centerpieces had flowers in a cream to fuchsia gradient so once guests walked into the ballroom, they were presented with an ombré effect from front to back.