Hello Again, and Happy Friday!
Diana from Jubilee Events was great to work with during the planning of Jenna and Mikes’ wedding. From the beginning right through the day of, Jubilee Events makes sure that everyone is on the same page and their clients have literally nothing to worry about on their big day. If you hire them as your planner, you will pretty much only need to show up, they take care of everything else. We appreciate a good planner, and every time we have worked with Jubilee Events everything comes together seamlessly.
Here are some images we are excited to show you, taken by the Master of her Craft- Carla Ten Eyck of Carla Ten Eyck Photography. We love when our brides tell us they are having Carla shoot their wedding because we know we’re in for some great images! I loved this soft palette of peaches, pinks, soft whites and ivories, without further ado- let’s jump right in…
This may have been my favorite bouquet of the season- composed of hydrangea, peach ranunculus, David Austin garden roses, local dahlias, freesia and white astilbe with a touch of dusty miller at the base. A super soft color scheme, I have to say peach has been quite a star color the past 2 years, and from what I can tell so far for 2015, it is still going strong!
Let me just put up a few images, it’s that pretty!
The details on this strapless wedding gown are beautiful, I love the touches of lace as well.
Before we get into any further details- let me just say that these sock choices for the best-men pretty much give you idea of how cool this couple is. Here is Mike with his matching boutonniere and the guys- with all of their miss-matched socks! I personally LOVE a quirky touch…
The girls all carried scaled down versions of the bridal bouquet, and once again the scenic Garrison has plenty of beautiful spots for photos.
Onto the Ceremony- this magnificent structure lives at The Garrison, and I would happily decorate it again and again! What an amazing arch, I can picture it done in so many ways….shown here with local Hydrangea and “Cyclops” Hanging Amaranthus, bringing in some green while keeping the decor simple so as not to overpower the structure itself.
I know this next shot doesn’t have flowers, but it’s such a beautiful story that I couldn’t not include it!
Onto the cocktail hour. This birch treatment on the walls is definitely hitting my wish list, I need some of this in my living environment. Not to mention, it’s fantastic as a backdrop for the simple yet elegant cocktail flowers in miss-matched milk-glass bud vases.
Being in complete love with succulents, these little individually planted guys in white clay pots were super cute for guest cards (stationary by Wordshop out of Denver)
We love the story of this next photo- the meeting of places, touches of wood and gold. I also love seeing bouquets used as decoration, it always feels good to know they have a home after the ceremony- and don’t they look fantastic, bringing in warmth with those peach campanella roses?
The centerpieces for Jenna and Mike were comprised of 2 styles, one a coordinating hand-tied arrangement in a birch container, the other a set of mismatched vintage glassware with tiny satellite arrangements to fill the tables.
The Cake. This cake is 3 layers of sheer perfection. Designed by the Pastry Garden… oh my!
What better way to end a blog post? Enjoy!
If you want to see more of this wedding, follow this link to the blog post on Carla’s website… or This Link to get to the video by Jim Altieri of Vintage Cinema- his videography more often than not brings tears to my eyes- even when the couples are strangers! I honestly don’t know how he pulls if off so incredibly often.
It Takes A Village!- Vendor Roll
Venue: The Garrison, Hudson Valley
Event Coordination: Jubilee Events
Photography: Carla Ten Eyck Photography
Cinimatographer: Jim Altieri of Vintage Cinema
Hair and Makeup: Dana Bartone & Co
Bridal Gown: The Plumed Serpent
Cake: The Pastry Garden
Flowers: Green Dahlia