A Classic Wedding

White with touches of burgundy never goes out of style–especially in November.  This classic wedding was held at Bethlehem United Church of Christ with the reception at 20 West.

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Bridal Bouquet

An all white bridal bouquet in a loose garden style is a modern take on a classic.

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Bridesmaid bouquets incorporated purples and burgundies to blend with their plum dresses.

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Boutonniere

Spray roses, wax flower, and greenery.  Simple and classic.

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Wedding at Bethlehem UCC

The wedding was at Bethlehem United Church of Christ.  We tied tulle across the pews and sprinkled the aisle runner with greenery.  Tying off entry to the aisle is a good idea if you have an aisle runner to avoid getting the runner dirty or torn.

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Window Sill Decor

Candles and greenery were added to the window sills.  Many think to add candles to the reception but for a winter wedding, when the sun is setting earlier in the day, candles are a good idea for the ceremony also.

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Altar arrangement

Greenery was abundant at this wedding but flowers were added to the altar arrangement for a touch of color.

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Reception at 20 West

The reception was held at 20 West in downtown Newburgh.

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Head Table

We added a lush greenery garland to the head table.  The couple had the table set with vintage china and jars of honey at each place setting.  Mercury glass candles were placed along the table as well.

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Table Vignette

The couple provided provided potted plants for most of the tables but we added vignettes on some with candles, our trays and vintage items, and a small vase with flowers and greenery.

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Reception at 20 West

Congratulations!  We wish you all the best!

 

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