August 18, 2018 was a beautiful day for a wedding – 30,000 couples across the planet agreed on that! It was the busiest wedding day of the year, so far.
And we handled our share of the excitement that day, traveling to all points of the Western Pennsylvania area.
Brittany loves all things purple. Her bridal bouquet (#852) featured white and lavender roses with white lisianthus accents. Our bridesmaids, in alternating purple and lilac dresses, also carried alternating bouquets with white (#853) or lavender (#854) roses with hydrangea. Floating candle centerpieces with submerged lavender roses provided a romantic display on her guest tables.
Julie & Kevin exchanged vows and celebrated with friends and family at Gaetano’s restaurant on Banksville Rd. Julie carried a bouquet (#855) of blue delphinium, white roses, and white carnations. Her Maid of Honor carried a simple clutch (#856) of blue hydrangea, which was also featured in her centerpieces (#563). Similar blue and white flowers decorated our brass arch, which served as a backdrop for their ceremony.
Samantha got married outside, at the Gazebo at the White Barn in Prospect, PA. She carried a lush, flowing bouquet (#857) of pink and white roses, pink and white gerber daisies, white lisianthus, and lots of interesting greens and accent flowers. The bridesmaids carried simple clutches (#858) of large pink gerbers, which were also featured in her center pieces (#564).
Kristy’s center pieces (#568) also featured pink and white, using gerbers, roses, hydrangea, and carnations. Beautiful vases of all white fluffy hydrangea provided a stunning statement for the ceremony setting.
Shelley chose the elegant all white look for her reception. Our tall pencil cases provided an understated, simplistic center piece (#567) filled with white dendrobium orchids.
Jessica’s was our biggest wedding of the day. When 10 bridesmaids are involved, you have a tribe! Our bride carried a loose, lush bouquet (#859) of garden roses, dahlias, lisianthus, Queen Anne’s lace and assorted greenery.
Her tribe of bridesmaids carried similar flowers on a smaller scale (#860).
Guests were greeted at the Pittsburgh Airport Marriott by a lush and full elevated center piece that included hydrangea, roses, and pink larkspur.
Center pieces in the Grand Ballroom contained the same flowers in both high and low arrangements (#566).
Flowers also were used to tastefully accent the wedding cake.
Whether your wedding (and your wedding party) is big or small, we love helping you all! So, to all our wonderful brides and grooms, we thank you for choosing us to help you. We hope that you had ‘The Best Day Ever!’