-AS SEEN IN BRIDAL GUIDE MAGAZINE-
“The bride wanted the tent to feel like a secret garden. And what is a secret garden without ivy walls and a wrought-iron gate?” says planner Janice Carnevale. “The palette was a twist on traditional autumnal sunset colors, using lighter corals and blues for a seasonless look.”
A mix of modern farm tables and smaller round tables, all paired with luxe chairs and topped with Virginia-grown dahlias.
A tablescape of dahlias, vintage china, and glassware.
The ombré, asymmetric bridal bouquet.
Décor and florals designed and placed with a light touch ensure the waterfront views weren’t obstructed.
A modern, die-cut invitation.
Pear-based specialty cocktails.
The lounge area seating was a guest favorite.
Five children used the vintage wagon for the processional/recessional.
The towering cake dressed in sugar blossoms.
Planning & Design: Bellwether Events
Photography: Kurstin Roe Photography
Tent & Lighting: Sugarplum Tent Company
Florals: LynnVale Studio
Installation: Social Supply Design
Ivy walls: WRW Interiors
Rentals: Something Vintage Rentals; White Glove Rentals; Perfect Settings; Table Manners
Cake: Buttercream Bakeshop
Catering: Well Dunn Catering