A fall wedding inspired by the tones and textures of spring; Brooke & Jeff wanted a celebration that reflected their personalities and incorporated a more eclectic elegance. Visit Every Last Detail to view additional photos and some great advice for everyone still in the trenches of wedding planning.
Robertson’s blog post: Brooke + Jeff ~ September Wedding at the Manor House at Prophecy Creek
Brooke and Jeff’s early September wedding at the Manor House at Prophecy Creek was the perfect combination of charm and elegance. The architecture and landscape of the Manor House provided an almost fairy tale like atmosphere while the bride and groom brought a lighthearted attitude and sophisticated style. Garden style bouquets, gold and silver mercury vases and personal details completed the celebration.
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Brooke wore a white gardenia bloom in her hair and carried a bouquet of garden roses, dahlias, snapdragons, lisianthus and other flowers in soft tones of pinks, peaches, yellows and cream. The bouquet’s stems were gathered with white ribbon and given a lace overlay with a crystal heart shaped pin that perfectly complemented her beaded belt and Badgley Mischka heels.
The groom’s boutonniere was comprised of a simple peach rose accented with pink astilbe and a twine wrap. Jeff’s special (and hidden) detail lay in his cuff links that doubled as lockets.
The bridesmaids wore pale Robin’s egg blue dresses and carried petite bouquets of white and cream accented with a vibrant orange garden rose and gold ribbon.