Wedding at the Indian Head Resort

The weekend of June 4th provided plenty of sunshine for our wedding clients married at North Woodstock’s Indian Head Resort.  It was nice working with Leslie Barbini of The Wedding Belle and her great team who made the day of details flawless!  I am excited to share some of the photo’s I took of the flowers for the weekend.
The rehearsal dinner on Friday welcomed guests with many small arrangements with the colors and flowers  giving a sneak peek of what was to come on Saturday.  Sarah Bernhard pink peonies, lime green hydrangea, viburnum, roses and more were combined together in small 3″ clear glass cubes and clustered on each table.  The many small arrangements came in useful for the next days events…

…just in case anything was overlooked…there were plenty of flowers to go around!
On Saturday, the rest of the flowers were delivered…

The bridal bouquet was naturally gathered with anemones (the last of the season), peonies, astilbee, viburnum, lily-of-the-valley, lady’s mantle…

…ivy vines and clematis vines twisted throughout…

You’ll also see scabiosa pods, brazilla, and pitcher stems…
The bridesmaids carried similar style bouquets with pops of pinks and more spring greens…

Boutonnieres and corsages…
The ceremony was held along the lakeside…

I love the way the bright white and dark greens look here with peonies, hydrangea, viburnum, astilbee and clematis vines cascasding from the gazebo.

The reception and centerpieces! It never surprises me what a difference the fruitwood ballroom chairs make in a bland function space especially with fresh flowers and a simple splash of colored linens!

Peonies capture not only springs best – but NH’s too!
A wedding in the rustic north woods are not complete without birch details!  These pedestals do the trick for the buffet and gift tables.

Wait until you see what we do next…! 
The weekend of June 4th provided plenty of sunshine for our wedding clients married at North Woodstock’s Indian Head Resort.  It was nice working with Leslie Barbini of The Wedding Belle and her great team who made the day of details flawless!  I am excited to share some of the photo’s I took of the flowers for the weekend.
The rehearsal dinner on Friday welcomed guests with many small arrangements with the colors and flowers  giving a sneak peek of what was to come on Saturday.  Sarah Bernhard pink peonies, lime green hydrangea, viburnum, roses and more were combined together in small 3″ clear glass cubes and clustered on each table.  The many small arrangements came in useful for the next days events…

…just in case anything was overlooked…there were plenty of flowers to go around!
On Saturday, the rest of the flowers were delivered…

The bridal bouquet was naturally gathered with anemones (the last of the season), peonies, astilbee, viburnum, lily-of-the-valley, lady’s mantle…

…ivy vines and clematis vines twisted throughout…

You’ll also see scabiosa pods, brazilla, and pitcher stems…
The bridesmaids carried similar style bouquets with pops of pinks and more spring greens…

Boutonnieres and corsages…
The ceremony was held along the lakeside…

I love the way the bright white and dark greens look here with peonies, hydrangea, viburnum, astilbee and clematis vines cascasding from the gazebo.

The reception and centerpieces! It never surprises me what a difference the fruitwood ballroom chairs make in a bland function space especially with fresh flowers and a simple splash of colored linens!

Peonies capture not only springs best – but NH’s too!
A wedding in the rustic north woods are not complete without birch details!  These pedestals do the trick for the buffet and gift tables.

Wait until you see what we do next…! 
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