Soft lavenders, greens, and ivories at Longview Mansion

Tuesday, November 8, 2011


Here's a darling wedding that I've been so excited to share with my readers! I love the portrait above... slightly American Gothic, right? 

This wedding had so many lovely details, and the ceremony and reception took place at Longview Mansion in Lee's Summit... one of my favorite venues! Aimy's colors were lavenders, greens, and ivories... and she had so many creative ideas!
Here's a few gorgeous shots of the bouquets (thanks to Sarah TaFoya for these lovely images!)...

hydrangea, lismachia, geranium foliage, garden roses, ranunculus, stock, queen anne's lace, and bupleurum





The ceremony took place on a slightly rainy day in September... but it turned out beautifully and they were married at the fountain just as planned! 


Darling flower girl and her adorable sign that she carried! 

The details inside were just awesome! The bride transformed dozens (upon dozens!) of vintage vases into mercury glass. We used these gorgeous, tall mercury glass vases rented from the fabulous ladies at Something Borrowed for focal points in the room... so glam!


Gray pintuck linens were a gorgeous backdrop. She used vintage hardback books for extra props on the tables, and it was so charming!




The mantels inside Longview are such a perfect spot for personalized decor! Check out these ideas:




Sweet details everywhere you looked:




Aimy, you were so much fun to work with and I loved all your beautiful ideas! Thanks for everything! :)

1 comment:

Aimy Tran Patel said...

Thank you again so much for everything Erin! You took my vision and made it come true! Everything was perfect and I still love looking at my flowers! (My bouquet has been dried and I'm trying to find a spot to put them!)