The key elements for Tori’s wedding vision were: marsala, brass, mercury glass, vintage, greenery, gold; but all these key words translated into one final word, FABULOUS! We loved the way this wedding came together and Tori did so many things right to pull off this unique, but intricate look. However, the most important thing did she was to hire a stylist. Nikki, with Blomminghouse Collection, truly helped pull significant details together to capture this “shabby chic” wedding, but with a completely different feel than the standard shabby chic vibe. From the custom Marsala curtains she made for the arbor, to the brass candlesticks and gold chargers she added to the table décor, to her design of having red amaranthus hanging from the rafters’ of the pavilion for a cozy, eclectic, cocktail hour, she truly put the final signature of Tori and Jory’s wedding day vision into a wedding look for the books! We were so excited to put our talents and touch into Tori’s centerpieces and the table garland for her sweetheart table. Oh. My. Goodness. That table garland is one of my favorite creative moments for 2015. I could not stop staring at it.
The floral Tori picked was truly perfect. Her blooms included wedding spirit garden roses, marsala spray roses, chocolate queen anne’s lace, burgundy astrantia, scabiosa pods, astible in various shades, drippy silver dollar eucalyptus and red amaranthus, and the show stopper: Café au Lait dahlias. (swoon) They were breath taking, show stopping, and perfectly fitting for this over-the-top, shabby vintage loveliness. We placed the floral in our mercury vases and mercury pillars, which we placed on our vintage Marsala Avon plates to tie the look together. The table garland for her sweet heart table was dotted with brass candlesticks and votive candles for a truly decadent and romantic tablescape. Our final “AH” moment with Tori was her ceremony. In additional to these amazing marsala curtains made by Bloominghouse Collective, she had mismatched chairs ordered from Junk and Disorderly (complete with some amazing pews to break up the look) and magnolia greenery garlands running the aisle and silver dollar eucalyptus framing the curtains. Perfect shabby chic!
This wedding was so fabulous, it was also featured on the Wedding Chick’s blog.
Stylist: Blooming House Collective
Rentals: Junk and Disorderly
Wedding Party Floral and Greenery Garlands: Thistle and Bloom
Photography: Cassie Loree Photography
Cakes: Bake Rejoice