Rustic yet elegant flowers created beautiful ambiance for this wedding held at Holiday Valley in Ellicottville, NY.
The mountain top ceremony was enhanced by a rustic arbor with an asymmetrical floral adornment to frame the gorgeous views. The aisle was scattered with white rose petals. Guests were greeted by white flower arrangements at the beginning of the aisleway.
Guests came back down the mountain for a gorgeous reception held in the main lodge at Holiday Valley. Lush greenery and white blossoms with a touch of fuchsia accent flowers were placed throughout the lodge.
Large arrangements in stone-like rental pots added a pop of color and texture to the fireplace and adjacent to the sweetheart table.
A rustic combination of blossoms and burlap ribbon meddled with an assortment of lush greenery created a beautiful focal point for the happy couple on their sweetheart table.
A portion of the tables had tall centerpieces in rental cylinder vases from Lipinoga Florist. The height offset the soaring ceilings of the main lodge at Holiday Valley. Low arrangements with a lantern in the center added to the rustic vibe for the remaining tables and on the accent and place card tables.
Rose petals demarcate the aisle for the Bride and create a romantic ambiance for her Bridal march. Below are some examples of how the design team at Lipinoga Florist can create a beautiful aisle of rose petals.
The wedding shown (below left) held at Glen Oak in Amherst, NY featured a combination of varying shades of pink roses petals in a lush and simple elegant aisle.
The wedding shown (above right) is an example of using rose petals on the sides of the aisle to create a beautiful path. This wedding held at Beaver Hollow in Java, NY featured a combination of fall colored rose petals for a seasonal feel.
The wedding shown above held at the Bride’s private residence in Clarence, NY shows how simple white petals pop against green grass to create a truly simple yet beautiful look. White roses petals line not only the aisle but also are used to create an “S” in the center of the aisle to symbolize the first letter of their last name. The aisle was also lined with galvanized buckets filled with hydrangea.