In June, I had the privilege of designing a wedding for Sage at Stone Manor Country Club. Sage wanted a wedding with lots of large blossoms and greenery. Thank you so much to Katie at Merkle Photography
for the beautiful photographs. Below are some of my favorites from the evening.
Sage’s bouquet was made of white peonies, white spray roses, white ranunculus, and white astilbe, accented with Italian ruscus and jasmine vine.
Just look at the joy on Sage’s face as she walked down the aisle towards her future husband, what a beautiful family!
In addition to her cake, Sage had an assortment of pies for her guests to enjoy. Her cake was topped with white peonies, pink lisianthus and fresh jasmine vine.
Sage had two table arrangements, one with assorted mercury glass bud vases, and the other with a mercury glass compote bowl. The vases were filled with white peonies, peach and blush spray roses, white astilbe, white ranunculus, pink roses, and (my favorite) Quicksand roses. The tables were also accented with mercury glass votive candle holders.
Sage also had arrangements set stop white pillars to flank the doors of the reception tent. These were mercury glass vases filled with white hydrangea, pink roses, Quicksand roses, beautiful peach French tulips, Italian ruscus, jasmine vine, larkspur and blush and peach spray roses. I love the smiles on the happy couple’s faces as they join their guests for their reception!
Such a beautiful setting out in the rolling hills of Frederick, MD.
I could not have asked for a more beautiful bride, a more beautiful setting, or a more beautiful venue! I am always happy to be designing at Stone Manor. What is your favorite accent from this wedding?