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A November Wedding in Lambertville

One of our most favorite Wedding venues is the Inn at Lambertville Station. We not only love the setting but working with Melle and her team is amazing. Early November had us creating gorgeous floral designs for Allison and her new husband Chris. The chuppah was provided by Adams Rental and we added light touches of orange mokara orchids for a simple but elegant look. 
Moving into the Ballroom, we created 2 different styles of centerpieces ~ one high and one low, like these cylinder vases filled with orchids and grass with a simple burgundy ribbon wrap.  
The tall floral displays were created in our 28" tall candle holders with fresh curly willow and 20 stems of long orange mokara orchids. Even the branches had orchid accents and of course a double burgundy ribbon wrap.  
Chris and Allison toast to their marriage. I love how her bouquet looks on the table.  
The photographer for the wedding was Isabel March and she did a fantastic job capturing not only the pretty flowers but the smiling faces of this sweet couple.  
The bride's maids each held bouquets of mixed blooms that matched their dresses perfectly. 
 
I especially loved the simple boutonniere we created for Chris. Navy colored berries with 2 orange ranunculous. 
This picture really shows the interesting graphic at the neck of each brides maid's dress. So unique!  
Well, there you have it. Another pretty autumn wedding! To see this and more of our wedding designs, be sure to visit our wedding website at www.perfectweddingflowers.com 


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