This spring has brought so many wonderful color combinations and styles… veering slightly away from rustic and heading toward botanical/ wildflower. The year 2013 was all about rustic styles and everything blush pink, and 2014 has been heavily focused on coral, peach, and navy. The following wedding had a gorgeous blend of styles and colors… an industrial setting… a few mason jars… a loose natural style… colors that transitioned from bold to soft. I really loved Tracie and Ron’s palette which was quite varied, including red, yellow, peach, coral, orange, soft green, and grey. This is one couple who both took part in selecting the flowers and coming up with ideas for adorning Via Vecchia with flowers and foliages. I’m not sure if it was Ron’s idea (I think it was) to add hand-tied clusters of various foliages hanging along the exposed brick wall along the whole length of the reception hall. We’ve had the opportunity to do a lot of weddings at Via Vecchia, and one area that is usually considered for greenery or garlands is the railing that goes along the center of the main room, but this was the first time we’ve used foliage clusters along the brick wall. It was such a cool and unfinished looking feature, perfect for the setting! Most of the following photography is by an up and coming guy named Jeremy Kester (the rest is ours). I don’t think he has a website yet, but here’s his email if you’re in the market: firstname.lastname@example.org. LOVE this rainbow effect in the first image featured! Beautiful work!
Bouquets for this Columbus Ohio wedding included peach juliet garden roses (one of my all-time favorites), the biggest and most brilliant flame parrot tulips, ranunculus, red garden roses, ranunculus, mini green hydrangea, apricot stock, dusty miller, orange yarrow, and a few poppies and berries added in.
Two wine barrels were used in the alley to decorate the ceremony, and these gorgeous, huge arrangements went on top. A couple things here you might not recognize: knifeblade acacia foliage and cocculus foliage were some of the foliages used for filler.
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