A fall day at Irongate is always spectacular! Raylin and Mike Sabo chose this beautiful venue for their wedding. The blend of greenery, burgundy, blush and ivory in their wedding flowers complimented the crisp fall air, the soft sky and the changing trees. All photography was done by Robb McCormick.
Raylin’s garden style bouquet contained various flowers including dahlias, astilbe, garden roses, spray roses, anemones, eucalyptus, and jasmine vine. The dahlias and astilbe created the pop of burgundy while the black centers of the white anemones added extra dimension.
The bridesmaid’s bouquets mimicked the colors in the bridal bouquet with a few different flowers including burgundy cremons, white waxflower and bay foliage.
The boutonnieres were simple and elegant with spray roses and bay foliage.
The mother’s corsages were made with our beautiful, and easy to wear gold cuffs. We used anemones, ranunculus and seed eucalyptus.
The extra touch of chair flowers for the ceremony brightened up the space with these soft, colorful roses.
We stuck with the garden styled theme for the sprays for the ceremony. We created these with various foliage, cremons, astilbe, scabiosa, garden roses, and spray roses.
A simple way to created visual interest on a cake is by adding a few flowers. We love the scabiosa here!
We used tree fern and eucalyptus for the head table garland, and the venue supplied and placed the vases with floating candles. It was such a pleasure working with Irongate on this wedding, they were incredibly accommodating to us as we delivered and set up for this event.
We were happy to have been a part of creating Raylin and Mike’s elegant vision for their fall wedding!