Abbey Road Farm provides the backdrop for two interpretations of citrus-hued design.
Mastering the Art of French Florals
Lunaria streams out of the bouquet as muted hues of pink and gold anchor the sweet and graceful arrangement. Hints of green add a sense of depth.
With painted palms, dyed orchids and lunaria, Jodi Iverson Florals infuses bright pops of color into the bride’s bouquet. They lend a playful twist to the elegant affair.
Letters and Dust brings together a soft gray suite of stationery that is equal parts modern and elegant.
Jodi Iverson Florals’ amazingly intricate suspended arrangement serves as a halo above the sweetheart table. With dramatic greenery and delicate pinks and grays, the piece is an inspiring ode to romance. Alston Mayger Events’ place settings tie in seamlessly to the design. Pops of gold and shimmering linens are nestled alongside feathery centerpieces and rose-quartz-colored napkins.
You can’t pay homage to Europe without including a Vespa. A fun exit for the bride and groom, the slate blue bike is accented by lush florals.
Stacey Choi of Hedonish Desserts’ geometric masterpiece maintains a touch of softness despite its sharp edges. With an off-center second tier and delicate swirls of blue gray amid the white base, it ties in seamlessly with the rest of the design.