Library Love With Pops of Color
Nicole and Adam were married at Assumption Catholic Church
in Chicago and had their reception at the Newberry Library
afterward. Their colors were black and white with magenta, lime green and eggplant purple with an assortment of flowers including hydrangea, roses, lisianthus, and orchids.
Personal Flowers included a beautiful bouquet for Nicole of mainly white hydrangea, roses, and lisianthus with pops of color in the form of green cymbidium orchids and magenta spray roses. The Bridesmaids carried bouquets of magenta roses, mini green cymbidium orchids and dark purple lisianthus with handles wrapped in green or magenta satin. The bouts and corsages were all made with orchids and spray roses and complimented the bouquets well.
The ceremony venue is so pretty we only did some hydrangea down the aisle which we later reused in the cocktail area of the reception.
Additionally at the reception was a showy escort card table arrangement and petals scattered on the escort card and highboy tables. Petals were also scattered on the head and cake tables. The cake was decorated with roses and orchids. The guest tables were decorated with 3 styles of centerpieces including a trio of submerged orchids, a short full mixed arrangement and a tall pilsner vase with full arrangement on top. They all really popped in the space and the venue looked fabulous!
It was a total pleasure working with Nicole to plan her wedding. She also chose some of my favorite vendors to work with, including Danielle Aquiline Photography, Spencer of Style Matters DJs and Sue at Food Evolution. What can I say, Nicole and Adam have great taste in vendors!!!
Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Bramson!
To see more photos--check out Danielle's blog post about the wedding here.
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