Ethereal, dreamy, and absolutely gorgeous, today’s feature boasts the most beautiful organic wedding ideas! A neutral color palette of green and white combined with loose, lush florals from Jireh’s Flowers creates a stunning wedding design that would be perfect for any style of wedding. Lauren Werkheiser Photography captured the gorgeous stylings by North Star Events, and we can’t wait for you to see more…
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Silky, cream-colored flowers, trailing ivy, a lush garden drenched in the golden light of afternoon sun – there’s a reason love poets are obsessed with nature. The gorgeous Glen Burnie Gardens at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester, Virginia, was the perfect venue for this organic shoot! All it’s hidden alcoves, trellis tunnels and the beautiful stone fountain and peach-colored carriage house at its center lent themselves perfectly to the soft, natural look we were picturing. The vendor team was phenomenal and included Lauren Werkheiser Photography to capture the beauty of the day and North Star Events for planning and styling. Jireh’s Flowers did such a wonderful job creating the unstructured, natural vibe we were going for. Sincerely Amy Designs put together a beautiful, rough edged invitation suite. Cakes by Cathy made a stunning nearly naked cake, some delicious green and white cookies and some adorable mini naked cakes for the “bride’s” and “groom’s” place settings. Bridal Impressions provided a stunningly soft and flowy gown. Tasha Lonas did a superb job creating a glowy look and loose curls for our bride and Christopher William Jewelers added the perfect final touch–sparkling jewelry for our lovely model. We love how it all turned out and are so excited to share all the gorgeous details with you!
Vendors who made it all happen…
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