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Each reception table was topped with garden-like arrangements of hydrangeas, delphinium orchids, scabiosa, tweedia, clematis, lace flower, garden roses, and stock. Instead of numbering the tables, Nina and Charlie named each one after their favorite ski d...

Like the bride‘s, the bridesmaids‘ bouquets contained peonies. To bring out the purple in their dresses, they also carried lisianthus, roses and scabiosas.

Natural adobe-colored linens covered the reception tables. Antique hydrangeas, dahlias, roses, and ranunculus in barn-wood containers created naturally elegant centerpieces that fit perfectly with the couple’s wedding style.

A huppah draped with white chiffon and accented with hydrangeas and roses defined the space where the couple exchanged vows.

The bride carried a hearty mix of bold-colored anemones, hydrangeas, hyacinth, and lilac, accented with lavender and blue thistle.

Purple lisianthus and orange roses popped against white hydrangeas. Matching purple ribbon tied the stems together and coordinated with the bridesmaid dresses.

Big and small sugar flowers and simple buttercream frosting covered the cake.

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The centerpieces were simple and eco-friendly: recycled jars and clear wine bottles accented with tea lights and hydrangeas.

Cross-sections of tree trunks topped with yellow dianthus, ivy and white kale brought the rustic outside indoors. Wooden letters mirrored the centerpiece bases and directed each guest to their table.

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Write love letters to each other on the eve of wedding day, place them in a box with wine and nail it shut. When you have your first fight, open it up, pour the wine, go to separate corners, read the love letter & remember what it's all about... yes yes yes.

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