Palest pink wedding flowers at The Baltimore Club...

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

 Oh, I loved this sweet bride and her sweet family. Betsy was just the cutest- and it was so awesome that her whole family (sisters and parents) came to each of our appointments. They teased her, we all laughed so much, and it was always so much fun! They just have the best vibe as a family, and I hope that we have this much fun planning my girls' weddings one day! All of these gorgeous images were captured by the ever-talented Lucinda of Portraits by Lucinda.

The biggest conundrum for Betsy- how much pink was too much? She wanted just the slightest (and I mean slightest!) touch of pink for her bouquet. We eventually settled on quicksand roses, which were pretty much perfect! Her bouquet also had stephanotis with pearl pins, touches of ivory hydrangea and lots of ivory roses. It felt sophisticated and formal, but gave her just barely a touch of color.

The bridesmaids wore a lovely champagne color, and we added a little bit more pink to their bouquets for contrast. It was such a soft, elegant color scheme for the day! 


 I loved her hair! So gorgeous and just perfect with her overall look... incredibly romantic and vintage-inspired:

 The handsome groom wore a simple boutonniere of ivory spray roses with a touch of green.

 The centerpieces for this space were just lovely- our tall antique gold stands, topped with lush formal centerpieces featuring more soft pink roses, stock and hydrangea for the perfect pale pink effect! The formal ballroom at The Baltimore Club looks so beautiful with tall elegant pieces like this! She used the adorable vintage cake topper that her parents used for their own wedding- it was one of the cutest ones I've ever seen! 

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