This romantic indoor garden wedding is the perfect way to start the week, from the delicate spring florals to the historic ballroom venue to the addition of delightfully preppy details! Alisha Maria Photography beautifully captured this lovely shoot that blends classic East Coast styling with modern wedding trends!
For an entirely indoor wedding shoot, this gorgeous look managed to perfectly capture the romance and beauty of an indoor garden. The floor to ceiling windows in Hamilton Hall‘s historic ballroom flooded the venue with light, illuminating the ceremony arch draped in an emerald green garland. Vintage lanterns and tall glass vessels added the flicker of candlelight to sparkle on the bridesmaids’ geometric beaded dresses from Adrianna Papell. The hint of sparkle in nude and dusty blue gorgeously complemented the bride’s off the shoulder gown in floral lace and ethereal chiffon.
The greenery and gold decor continued into the reception space, with an enormous mantelpiece of trailing vines creating a lush backdrop for the Sweetheart Table. Chic gray and white striped linens added a fun, modern element to the cocktail area, where guests’ tables were displayed in gold calligraphy on a vintage mirror, and a chic bar cart offered signature cocktails. A dessert pairing of French Macarons and lavender champagne cocktails waited for dessert, along with a naked wedding cake topped with fresh spring flowers and sprigs of ivy. A series of hanging gold frames adorned with vines added the perfect finishing touch as a personalized photo booth!
PHOTO CREDITS –
Photography by Alisha Maria Photography | Venue located at Hamilton Hall | Floral Design by Lilac and Lily and Wholesale Garland | Wedding Cake by Flour(ish) Bake Shoppe | Wedding Dress from Tulle Bridal Boutique | Bridesmaid Dresses by Adrianna Papell | Rentals from Peterson Party Center | Bridal Makeup by Claudia Moriel Makeup Artistry | Bridal Hairstyling by Six Bay Road Salon | Signage by Antea Amoroso Design | Calligraphy by Paperweight Ink | Modeled by Maggie Inc | Submission via Two Bright Lights
where was the table flower vase purchased?
Hi Kayleigh, the exact source of the compote vessels was not mentioned in the submission, but they were likely provided by the florist, LILAC AND LILY, or the rental company, PETERSON PARTY CENTER. I hope that helps!
I love the table numbers! Where are they from?
Hi Rebecca, I’m not sure where they got all of the decor items, but I imagine they’re from the rental company that provided the other tabletop items!
where are these table numbers from!!!
This is so elegant!
obsessed over those bridesmaid dresses!