Early fall, a bit hot and hazy but such a beautiful wedding day at the Admirals House in Seattle. East coast vibes with a garden touch meant blue hydrangeas in basket of course and garden inspired table settings. Working with the dynamic mother and daughter duo we chose a simple wood arbor, natural linen tablecloths, rustic terra cotta compotes, and beeswax candles to create this colorful but soft wedding flower plan.
Classic architecture of the Admirals House with the sun beginning to set
Terra cotta urn filled with blue and white delphinium greet guests as the arrive
Shades of peach and blue brides bouquet, We used a mix of autumn flowers garden roses, ranunculus, lisianthus, delphinium, rock rose greenery tied with a blue ribbon
We made petite bouquets for the bridesmaids to go with their blue dresses. Groom looks dashing in his tux
If you think east coast you think blue hydrangeas for sure. The Bride and her family purchased these beautiful baskets for Pottery Barn and we filled the with masses of hydrangea in blue. A large peegee hydrangea plant was so fun to use. I am sure it is planted in the garden
Square top arbor covered with flowers and foliages
Flower detail of the ceremony arbor with a backdrop of blue hydrangeas. Roses, vines, blue delphinium, veronica are some of the blooms
It is so nice to have a place where guests can sit and visit in comfy chairs. We added just a small flower arrangement and a few beeswax candles, plenty of room for wine glasses
Centerpieces made in terra cotta compotes were so good on the natural linens. We added beeswax votives as well. The flowers include snowberry, clematis, garden roses, cosmos, foxglove, lisianthus, my favorite rubus foliage and other autumn flowers
Lots of neutrals, linens, table number, napkin, dishes, compote then we add the color. Color but also subtle and peaceful
Round tables need just not centerpiece but long tables need a bit more. It was fun to create this long head table with a mix of elements. Oval Terra cotta containers, small arrangements in between and bees wax pillars and votives is what we used on this special table.
Details of the head table
Repurposing ceremony flowers at the reception, there are always a million places they could go. We placed two of the hydrangea arrangements in front of the bar and the others near the dessert table.
This beautiful wedding was the result of so many wonderful people. The bride and her mom are the loveliest people, it was so fun getting to know them.
The Omalley’s what can I say, their photography is the best http://omalleyphotographers.com
Michelle one of the sweetest people, super organized and knows everything when it comes to a wedding http://marriedwithmichelle.com
Cort rentals has so many options, the chairs of this wedding were divine http://cortpartyrental.com
The Admirals House http://admiralshouse.com