Katharine & Joe's wedding day was intimate and filled with romance. Surrounded by family, this couple exchanged vows on a public pier over looking the Chincoteague Bay. The ceremony took place at sunset, was followed by dinner, and a bonfire took place at Assateague Island afterwards.
With the help of family and friends, Katharine transformed the pier’s pavilion into a wedding venue. Picnic tables were dressed with hand-made linens and set with gold-trimmed glass place settings and ivory linens.
The bride had a collection of wooden candle holders that she wanted to incorporate into her wedding centerpieces. In love with baby’s breath, Katharine asked if I could make a bed of baby’s breath to set the wooden boxes inside of. The baby’s breath was lush and full and looked so pretty filling the tables at Public Landing. Single stems of roses, gerber daisies, ranunculus and stock flowers were placed inside of the wooden boxes with candles that added even more romance to the space.
The ceremony space was marked with two large lanterns topped with floral arrangements that cascading downward and flickered with candlelight. Alison, of Alison to the Altar, performed the sweetest ceremony and Katharine and Joe’s vows to one another could not have been more perfect.
Congratulations, Katharine & Joe! It was a pleasure to witness your loving wedding ceremony and to provide florals for such a sweet event.
Above photo by Manda Weaver Photography.