The springtime wedding I first posted about last week was so beautiful that I just had to share a few more images with you.
I'm a big fan of tented events, and this celebration was housed in a fabulous one from Sperry. The client and I decided to keep the vibe elegant and classic. I mixed traditional dark-wood dining tables with linen-covered round tables for an interesting floor plan, then topped each one with mismatched floral chargers and silver candlesticks. The flowers (as you can see in the bride's bouquet) were lush and romantic. The overall feel? Far from rustic, and packed with charm and sophistication. Believe it or not, tents can be glamorously formal!
Are you choosing between a tented space and a ballroom?
The tent was perched on a hill that led up to the main house. The candlelit glow gave it romantic ambiance.
The dark-wood tables contrasted nicely with the round tables draped in crisp, classic hemstitched linen.
The bride carried a bouquet of ranunculus, sweetpeas, and spray roses.