I won’t lie, I am SO excited to share about this beautiful wedding on the blog today. The Mt. Washington Mill Dye House, an absolutely exquisite space for weddings in Baltimore, was the perfect location for Sofia and Dan’s December wedding, which was as classy and laid-back as they are! Before heading to the Dye House, Sofia and Dan took photos at Sagamore Pendry Hotel in Fells Point, Baltimore, where the wedding party got ready… and they’re seriously amazing. (Photos by the one-in-a-million Alicia Wiley.)
The floral designs featured white playa blanca roses, burgundy winter peonies, and unique foliage. Sofia’s all-white bridal bouquet was created using white roses and spray roses, ranunculus, and sweet peas. The couple chose to have their ceremony arch moved behind their seats at the head table during the reception.
Today I wanted to share a little bit about Arielle and Nick’s D.C. wedding! Arielle is a wedding planner (Summer & Co Events: https://www.summercoevents.com/) who I adore working with, and I was so honored to contribute flowers when it was her turn to get married. To accent the artistic, industrial space at Long View Gallery, Arielle chose richly textured florals and long eucalyptus garlands for her wedding.
Garlands have a way of making reception tables feel more intimate, and they look great in industrial spaces. The garlands for this wedding had some special additions, like interspersed roses and thistles, and I loved how the dove grey taper candles added to the cozy and chic ambiance of the room.
The amazing vendors who contributed to Arielle and Nick’s wedding:
Most of the weddings we do at Violet Floral Designs are in Baltimore or surrounding areas, but sometimes we like to go on an adventure! Kelly and Jason’s city wedding at the insanely cool Front and Palmer in Philadelphia was so much fun. At the wedding, the Temple University marching band and the couple’s amazing dog made appearances, and the photos taken by Tricia Notte Images (tricianotte.com) in the Philadelphia City Center blew me away. I loved that this wedding was so full of personality and fun, and even from behind the scenes it was obvious that this day was resonating with love, meaning, and joy for the couple and their friends and family.
Burgundy and peach might be one of my favorite color combinations for fall and winter wedding flowers, and Kelly’s bouquet featured burgundy winter peonies, peach Juliet garden roses, anemones with navy centers, and navy privet berries. Lots of unique accent flowers and textural elements added interest to this bouquet: like thistles, astrantia, and willowy burgundy foliage. Our copper metallic arch rental also made an outing, and I loved the way the simplicity of the arch worked with the fabulous lights and backdrop in Front + Palmer’s ceremony space. We also added a little bit of wild smilax greenery to the ceiling, framing the dance floor and ceremony space. Smilax vine also adorned the long tables, along with lots of candlelight from eclectic and fun mixed candlesticks and votives.
The following amazing vendors were part of Kelly and Jason’s wedding day: