This was such a beautiful wedding! Liz and Max both grew up in Maryland, but never met until they attended Princeton University together. Their wedding at Overhills Mansion, in Catonsville, Maryland, was the definition of classic elegance. Everybody looked so sharp in the blush and navy color palette the couple selected, and the flowers featured white Playa Blanca roses (one of my absolute favorites, with a perfect hint of blush pink) and delicate greenery. Ever witty, the couple added touches of ivy into their decor, calling back to their alma mater.
Karen and Anthony are a Maryland couple who chose the beautiful Stone Mill Inn in York, Pennsylvania for their romantic countryside wedding. I loved working at this beautiful historic venue, which had beautiful locations for the ceremony, cocktail, and reception. The couple chose to lightly accent their green outdoor ceremony space with flowers and requested wispy strands of greenery to trail from the ceiling of their cocktail tent area, accenting the romantic string lights. Inside the beautiful reception room with wood beams, the couple placed handmade monogrammed coasters at the tables for their guests, and on the dessert table colorful and funky flowers adorned a naked cake.
I really enjoyed talking with Karen about all of the different details of her wedding, and I loved the way this couple’s personality and wedding vision came through in their flowers.