Winter weddings are such a treat! I love the flowers that are available from Jauary through May; quince, tulips, muscari, sweet peas… not to mention the textural treats like black raspberries, and dusty miller… The White Mountains in the winter (all seasons for that matter) is a perfect setting for a wedding. I was lucky to work with Debbie and Steve for their January 29th wedding at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire.
These are some of the centerpieces still in the studio just before delivery. Cube glass vases were compactly filled with dusty miller, chocolate geranium, viburnum, freesia, sweet peas, lisianthus, Sahara roses and cymbidium orchids.
The pale pink Sahara rose opens so beautifully.
The ceremony arrangements with white amaryllis.
Debbie carried a cascading bouquet with winter greens, sweet peas, anemones, ranunculus, callas, nerine lilies, garden roses, and sudty miller.
There was no shortage of candle light for the reception! The tables mixed rectangular and round shapes for a more modern look.
Flowering quince branches and hanging candle light added to a natural and romantic setting.
I coordniated all the linen and chair rentals for this event, I am always happy to help where I can.
Birch bark cuffed the tops of the large cylinder vases.
I loved the flowering quince detail on the menu cards.
I am excited to see the professional photo’s of this wonderful winter wedding. Thank you and congratulations Debbie and Steve!