It is officially summertime and Sarah & Andy had a summery June wedding at The Whiteface Lodge in Lake Placid. The colors were vibrant and the main instruction I got from the bride was “no muted tones” so you’ll find super bright, fun blooms in this wedding. I started taking pictures when we were still in the car!
The van was completely loaded with flowers without an inch to spare!
I took a couple of shots of the bouquets before we headed to the ferry.
The attendants wore Bright Dahlia dresses from J. Crew so their bouquets brought color.
I seriously dig this red and pink color combo the bride carried. I think it’s both romantic and modern. Her bouquet included pink peonies, dahlias, Tiega roses, red tulips and spray roses.
Here’s a shot of the 6 attendants’ bouquets with the bride’s bouquet.
The bridesmaids carried orange ranunculus, yellow freesia, red spray roses, pink roses and fresh herbs I cut from my garden including oregano, mint and ladies’ mantle.
The bride liked this wedding I did at the Whiteface Club so it was inspiration for their designs.
The centerpieces were labelled with trail markers and included orange gerberas, VT grown Asiatic lilies, pink peonies, dahlias, delphinium, red and orange spray roses, sweet William and fresh rosemary.
The rainy day called for an indoor ceremony and our birch chuppah was the perfect touch for the Adirondack style of the lodge. The officiant was the bride’s sister!
Large sap bucket arrangements marked each side of the chuppah.
Mini sap buckets tied to the chairs down the aisle completed the look!
Congratulations to Sarah and Andy on your beautiful wedding day!…a Brooklyn couple with a Vermont floral designer and an Adirondack-style wedding! We could hear the guests buzzing during the cocktail hour and I can tell you it sounded like quite a party.