What started as a chilly, rainy set-up ended in the perfect outdoor wedding weather. Slightly overcast with some sun here and there. Couldn’t ask for better!
Kelsey wanted a mix of romantic purple, peach, and pink wedding flowers to complement Greenhouse Two Rivers’ beautiful setting. Their day is a fun testament that you don’t have to go with traditional seasonal colors if another palette is speaking to you. This beautiful fall wedding looked cheerful as ever with pops of bright pink and fuchsia—an enjoyable change of pace during the thick of fall wedding season. (Don’t get us wrong, you know we LOVE an autumn color palette.)
Check out the details of their day below, elegantly captured by Savvi Moots Photography.
The ceremony location was lined in wooden chairs with white rose petals highlighting the bride’s path down the aisle. The beginning of the aisle was marked with two large floor arrangements in purple and pink wedding flowers, while at the end of the aisle stood two large floral pillars anchoring the couple and officiant.
The combination of soft and vibrant pink flowers stood out nicely from the green backdrop of the picturesque wooded area. Romance to the max.
The reception space inside Greenhouse Two Rivers is light and bright—the perfect backdrop for a colorful wedding celebration. A sign adorned with flowers welcomed guests, and the tables were decorated with beautiful floral garlands, along with glassware which paired perfectly with all the clear accents in the space.
Once the ceremony was over, the floral pillars were brought inside to serve as a backdrop for the newlyweds’ sweetheart table. We’re always a fan of when flowers can work double-time on a couple’s wedding day!