Katie’s Wedding at Springfield Manor

December 9, 2015

I am always thrilled to do a wedding out in beautiful Frederick, MD and Katie’s wedding was no exception.  In addition to Katie having exquisite taste with her ivory and champagne wedding with green and blush accents, Katie and I clicked immediately on a personal level.  I love an organized bride and Katie was a girl after my own heart with her spreadsheets and color coded emails.  It was a joy to design for her wedding and I’m so excited to share her wedding with you!

Katie’s bouquet was made of white and cream roses, minty green Lola succulents, local mountain mint, white lisianthus, silver brunia berries, white snapdragons, white wax flowers, and white spray roses.  I finished it with some gold sprayed seeded eucalyptus and a gorgeous champagne and ivory ribbon treatment.  I could NOT get enough of this bouquet!  The maid’s bouquets were smaller versions of Katie’s.



Katie had several designs for her reception table.  We had cedar boxes custom made for two of them.  For the head table, I used long boxes filled with white hydrangea, white garden roses, blush roses, Bells of Ireland, white snapdragons, mountain mint, white wax flowers and a little accent of gold sprayed eucalyptus.

The second design was a 6×6 square box filled with the same flowers and the third design was a lush ring of flowers which included some creamy carnations for texture surrounding an antique white lantern.


There are several lovely ceremony sites at Springfield Manor but my favorite is under a humongous white arbor that backs up to a green mountainside.  We added a small spray in coordinating colors to decorate the arch and lined the aisle with lanterns that were overflowing with flowers spilling out into the aisle!


Another favorite element was the gorgeous cakes by Karen Rodney Cakes.  I love when the groom’s cake allows the couple’s personality to shine!  And look at those sugar flowers on the wedding cake!!


Isn’t this an amazing shot of the entire room?
Just a few more pretties….






Thank you to Spence Photographics for the stunning images!  I also know this event could not have happened without the help of Six Twenty Events.