Geometric Garden Wedding with Pink and Orange Flowers
Enjoy this beautiful wedding designed by Beth Jacobs Weddings & Events and captured beautifully by Kismet Creative Wedding Films and Lisa Vigliotta Photography. The well known and revered Gracewood Estate in Kurtz Orchards was the perfect setting for this modern-meets-organic editorial. With countless groves and all things in bloom, this became the quintessential backdrop to bring in all of the organic touches we've grown to love in outdoor weddings.
Why wear one dress when you can wear three? Jazz one up with cascading florals and you have four looks! Adorned by the most whimsical gowns designed by Langlois Brides! We're blushing over the perfect accessories by The Loved One. Amanda Shoesanker (model) stole the show with hair & makeup done by Blush X Balm and Shannon Petrolito.
BLOOMS AND DECOR
A large triangular copper arch by Love and Copper Designs was used as the focal point for the ceremony, garnished heavily in blooms by Flower Baby Floristry that carried down the aisle with the earthy textures of the rattan Louis chairs from Simply Beautiful Decor.
Staying close to prisms in the orchard, crystal bullets in a variety of origins top each place setting on the table-scape with ceramic textures, floral printed napkins and crystal cut glassware that beautifully complement the meadow style floral runner on the exposed harvest table. Gold flecked resin decor by Carli D maintains the prism inspiration while adding a neutral yet bold texture to the table design.
CAKE AND PAPER
The gown inspired cake by Vanilla Bean Cakery is enclosed in a white iron gate and is gently textured with pops of colored sugar flowers. More floral touches make their way into the stationery design by The Paper Boutique with hints of French blue and gold. A moment that cannot be forgotten is the show stopper and jaw-dropping floral covered gown, styled by Beth Olatunji of Beth Jacobs Weddings & Events.
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