We love working with couples who aren't afraid to add lots of color into their wedding. After doing white-based weddings for so long, it's almost a welcome break! Laura and Ryan were such a great couple to work with - open to lots of ideas as long as was colorful and fun. We couldn't be happier with the end result - a lush wild garden-like arch framed by hanging glass orbs and edison bulbs. Laura's bouquet had super bright and textured flowers like celosia, garden roses, scabiosa, pincushion protea, ranunculus, and anemones. Bridesmaids' bouquets were vibrant and whimsical with pincushions, dahlias, garden roses, buttons, and celosia. Boutonnières for the groom and the groomsmen were made with different elements, with Ryan's featuring a blue nigella bloom, a red ranunculus, and an orange celosia spear. Dinner was a casual affair, with a "floating" dinner style. Luxurious vintage furniture rentals from Patina also injected that pop of color in the Foundry's brick and ivy-covered courtyard. This was one of our favorites from 2015!
Photos by Lisa DeNardo | Flowers by Ivie Joy | Planning by Jose Rolon