Andrea and Robert were married at Basin Harbor Club just one day before Hurricane Irene barreled through Vermont. Their wedding included blue, white and green flowers for a clean, crisp palette to suit the lakeside setting. The bride is from Vermont and her family still lives in the area, but the couple planned their destination wedding from out of state. There was a classic, preppy style to the flower designs and it was a fantastic day for an outdoor wedding in the beautiful gardens.
The bride’s bouquet included white hydrangea, roses, ranunculus and blue nigella.
Her seven attendants wore “electric blue” dresses and the color looked great on all of the girls.
Here’s a look at the attendants’ bouquets all packed up and ready for delivery.
The ceremony took place under the arbor with an aisle lined with rose petals.
I’m pretty sure this special little chair was reserved for the ring bearer. So cute!
Centerpieces were designed in square glass vases filled with blue and green hydrangea, two shades of blue delphinium, white roses, lavender freesia, nigella and accents of candy tuft.
Placecards were displayed on a sheet of moss with hydrangea accents tucked into miniature versions of the iconic Club chairs.
Blue hydrangea also accented the cake display.
The cocktail hour had some sweet details as well.
Specialty cocktails had special signage, too!
Congratulations to Andrea and Robert! Despite the impending weather the day was absolutely gorgeous and so were both of you. You were a great couple to work with…Robert is one of my grooms who gets props for being involved in the details of the planning! I hope you enjoyed every moment of the day.