Kristy and Dave’s wedding brought lighthearted joy to the storied halls of the Harvard Club of New York. Opened in 1894, and on of the city’s first buildings to be officially designated a landmark, this is one of Manhattan’s most exclusive wedding venues.
For this spring wedding, beautiful bride Kristy wanted stylish, elegant wedding flowers that would be at home against the club’s traditional mahogany paneling, while also expressing the freshness of the season. A soft blush, cream and white color palette, featuring cherry blossoms, hit all the right notes.
We created a romantic, multi-dimensional bridal bouquet with budded and bloomed garden roses, blush anemones with black centers, and lisianthus. Bridesmaids carried simple, loosely-rounded bouquets of blush ranunculus and garden roses, accented with lisianthus.
For the altar, white hydrangea, ivory roses and cascading Phalaenopsis orchids, accented with blush garden roses, gave tall, elegant arrangements a fluffy, layered look.
A tall, spray arrangement of cherry blossom branches made for a striking card-table. We love the couple’s touch of displaying their wedding hashtag on a charming chalk board. Reception table centerpieces incorporated white hydrangeas and pink cherry blossoms. Creating variations on a floral theme adds interest and depth to wedding floral decor.
This wedding was so special. Check out all the details, from Kristy’s glittering bridal jewelry and on-point wedding hair, to the cascading, gold satin ribbons she chose for all the bouquets.