Sunday, August 10, 2008

Wedding at Tower Hill Botanical Garden

We did a wedding this weekend at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston MA. A gorgeous setting and Saturday was probably one of the best days this summer for an outdoor ceremony. Central Mass. has been plagued with late day thunderstorms and downpours this summer. Fortunately none of our Sprout brides has been rained out!

View of the petal strewn path of the Secret Garden ceremony site.

The centerpieces featured dahlias in shades of orange and red, viburnum berries, orange and red mokara orchids, globe amaranth, hypericum (St. Johnswort) berries, broom corn, grasses, twigs, and calathea leaves.

The sagey green linens add a lot of color to the Orangerie and the fruitwood chairs are a nice change from the typical gold ones.

The centerpieces had a warm and rustic feel.

Our bride with her mostly orange (her favorite color!) bouquet! Orange mokara orchids in her hair and the bouquet, as well as ‘Mango’ mini callas, white zinnias, white kale (yes, kale – they are cabbages!), hypericum berries, feverfew, broom corn, and grasses.

Pretty maids all in a row holding bouquets featuring dahlias, mini callas, hypericum berries, globe amaranth, and grasses. A warm and earthy wedding, just like the bride!

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