Katie and Kellen had a picture perfect day for their Labor Day Weekend wedding at The Grand Isle Lake House. The color palette was comprised of soft romantic peaches, pinks, yellows and white. I absolutely adore the colors of this vintage inspired wedding and all the eclectic details. The feeling was gardeny and relaxed while still keeping a style of wedding elegance. In my opinion the peach roses are the stars of the show. (That is, if you don’t count Katie who was absolutely beautiful!)
Here’s a look at the bride and bridesmaid’s bouquets. The wedding party’s flowers often set the tone for the overall floral vibe for the day.
The bride carried a bouquet of white dahlias, peach and pale yellow roses, ranunculus and callas.
The bridesmaids’ bouquets also included pink ranunculus accents. Green jute tied the stems together.
Garden-style centerpiece designed in silver bowls were filled with hydrangea, roses, spray roses, dahlias, japanese pussy willow and seeded eucalyptus.
Pale yellow tea tins filled with hydrangea, roses, dahlias, cottage yarrow and waxflower accented some of the dining tables on the porch.
Julep cups with a faux mercury glass finish also graced cocktail tables.
The outdoor ceremony was complete with an arbor, wooden sap buckets and mason jars lining the aisle.
Here’s a closer look at the flowers on the arbor.
The bride wrapped mason jars with twine to line the aisle.
Here’s one final shot of the centerpieces all packed and ready for delivery.
Congratulations to Katie and Kellen on your beautiful destination wedding! Family and friends seemed to be enjoying the day on the Lake House before the festivities even started. I’m sure Andy Duback got some fantastic shots of you both and I cannot wait to see them.