Andrea Harrison Mongold AIFD,CFD of Flowers by Snellings, presents a creative blog to discuss and share all things related to the floral retail industry.
Thursday, September 5, 2013
Vintage Wedding at the GW
These pictures are from a wedding I did a while ago, and the theme was vintage and the Bride and Groom nailed it! From the soft colors to the antiques scattered throughout the reception at the gorgeous George Washington Hotel it was beautiful! The tables were set up in 3 sets of long rows, and the family style seating was a nice change from the traditional round tables. Tall vases of simple Gypsophilia (aka Baby's Breath) were set up down the center of the tables.
The bride's bouquet consisted of ivory, pale pink, and champagne roses with white scabiosa to compliment her ivory/champagne dress.
Antique typewriter with old books by the guest table/gift table.
Mother's corsage of pale champagne sweetheart roses, baby's breath and ribbon.
Simple boutonnieres of single rose with greenery and baby's breath: