Ooh this bride has fabulous taste in flowers. I’m green with flora envy. For her University of Pennsylvania wedding, she chose Robertson’s Flowers to create her dream wedding in design and floral. After spending hours upon hours pouring over the photos from Heather DiPiazza, I have come the the conclusion that this floral design choice proved to be a very wise choice. The flower choice, the color choice, and the design has got my ticker fluttering faster than a hummingbird’s wings. Once you catch your breath, I’ll be waiting for you in the gallery for more!
From Robertson’s Flowers … Our floral and wedding design team had the opportunity to work with adorable couple Katie and Wally for a fresh spring wedding last year. Married at The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania, Robertson’s Flowers was entrusted with the event décor and personal bouquets for this gorgeous outdoor ceremony and reception.
On their special day, not only were the blushing bride and sun beaming, but so were the bride’s choice of warm hues used for her wedding bouquets. Inspired by the orange tie worn by the groom, the bridesmaid’s flowers were bright, petite orange calla lilies which “popped” against the wedding party’s shimmering navy dresses.
We carried this same radiant color scheme from the bridal party to the reception. The centerpieces accented the elegant – yet natural – event space by using towering glass trumpet vases that brimmed with more calla lilies, mokkara orchids and bear grass. Robertson’s Flowers also used rustic birdcages accented by elegant orange calla lilies, roses and hydrangeas. By adding fern and angel vine accents, outdoor, natural grandeur was carried inside.
Low, square glass settings were each anchored with river rocks and featured orange gerbera daisies and gardenias floating beside glimmering candles. Not only do these pictures capture a beautiful couple, but a breathtaking beginning for this amazing bride and groom!
Venue: The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania / Photography: Heather DiPiazza / Floral & Event Design: Robertson’s Flowers