Glamorous Navy and Pink at Mildale Farms...

Monday, January 27, 2014

Over the past year or two, navy has shown itself to be the most popular neutral of choice for my brides. When you think of a neutral color, I know that this deep blue may not seem to fit into that description. But when you begin to consider the spectrum of colors that look amazing with it, it is truly a wonderful neutral backdrop! It looks great with soft pastels, bold and vivid summer or fall colors... the possibilities are endless! 




McKenzie went with a variety of pinks and greens for her gorgeous wedding at Mildale Farm in Edgerton, KS. We used paler pinks for the ceremony and personal flowers, and then brought in more greens and deeper pinks for the reception for a bold pop of color! 

Enjoy these lovely images, courtesy of the talented Sarah Dickerson




Ivory spray roses with a touch of green and a navy wrap!








Loved her gorgeous ceremony set-up. We added drippy crystals to her arbor, as well as these gorgeous floral pieces on each side. Two large urns flanked each side... these double as gorgeous focal points for the reception, as well... see below! 


At the reception, McKenzie went with a mix of high and low centerpieces, featuring a variety of silver mercury glass. Future brides... all of these vases are for sale! Please don't hesitate to reach out to her at  mckenziewoods13@gmail.com  for more information. She has lots of tall pieces, medium-scaled pieces, and tons of mixed votives that we used for both candles and as bud vases!

The mercury glass was the perfect sparkle for contrast in this rustic room! Loved the chargers and glassware on these lovely navy pintucks.








Loved adding floral to this cake! It was so dramatic in this space. Thanks to Classic Cakes for the beauty!


 Another favorite reception detail: this gorgeous mirror served as a seating chart for guests. We added a beautiful floral to one corner- it was such an amazing focal point as guests walked up from the ceremony!


 Handmade letters on the lawn... these were huge and so much fun! Perfect ending to a perfect wedding.



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