Is anything more dreamy than the Fowler House Mansion? Jennifer and Brayden’s spring wedding was incredibly beautiful and timeless. We are so excited to share their day with you.
Our bride opted for classic shades of white and ivory blooms to pair with the naturally beautiful and colorful historic setting.
The bridesmaids’ bouquets were petite versions of the bride’s luxe bouquet, with little pops of blue from the thistle. Adding a pop of color is a great way to bring your color palette together!
There are endless opportunities at the Fowler House to take stunning portraits on the grounds, surrounded by their lush landscaping.
The bride chose tall, clear vases for her reception space. We love how utilizing a clear vase expands the space and keeps the focus on the rich colors within the greenery.
Many brides have a desire to honor those who have passed. Here, we brought focus to the memorial table with white roses and italian ruscus greenery in the Fowler House entryway.
The bride’s bouquet featured white roses, hydrangea, and a touch of blue thistle. P.S. How cute are the bride and groom with their pups!?
For the tables overlooking the terrace, the couple chose to utilize smaller bud vases filled with white roses and foliage to not distract from the gorgeous view!
Details matter! We used elegant, deep-green foliage throughout many areas on Jennifer & Brayden’s wedding day, including swags on the ceremony seating, along the head table, and around the ceremony site.
The bride and groom were framed by beautiful altar pieces with white line flowers and a mix of seasonal greenery. A clean color palette pairs with the natural color of the building’s landscaping.
Thank you to our amazing couple Jennifer and Brayden, for allowing us to be a part of your day! Congratulations!
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