Vintage Lavender Wedding at St. Mary’s Swormville / Tonawanda Castle

Lipinoga Florist created vintage themed florals in white and lavender for this wedding held at St. Mary’s Church in Swormville and the Tonawanda Castle.  Accents of fresh lavendar and lace followed through on the vintage theme.

Vintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda Castle

 

A stunning bouquet ivory dahlias arranged in a compact round design with an accent of greenery and stock was a simple yet gorgeous statement for the bride to carry.

The Bridesmaids carried a bouquet of lavendar and ivory roses, stock, greenery and fresh lavendar.  Both the bride’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets were wrapped in lace.

Vintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda Castle

tonawanda castle wedding 10Vintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda CastleThe mothers corsages complements the bridesmaids’ bouquets, complete with a lace bow to follow through with the vintage theme.

The groomsmen wore an ivory rose complemented by fresh lavendar.

Vintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda Castle

Vintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda Castle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The reception tables had a cluster of three vintage mason jars(the bride’s grandmothers for a sentimental touch).  Each jar was filled with fresh greenery and lavendar and then tied with a lace bow. The flowers varied in all the jars to create a more natural feel and included complementary blooms such as roses and stock.

A large mason jar overflowing with blooms greeted guests at the guest book table

Vintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda CastleVintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda CastleVintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda CastleThe altar at St. Mary’s was adorned with two matching vases in complementary lavendar flowers.  Each pew was tied with a lace bow and a cluster of hanging fresh lavendar.  Hanging bunches of fresh lavendar were not just on the pews but also greeted guests with their fragrance on the church doors as well.

Vintage Lavender Wedding at Tonawanda Castle

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