Events Weddings

A Wedding with Hops

October 4, 2016

It’s always exciting for our designers when they are able to use unusual flowers or greenery in a wedding or event. For this wedding that took place at Daniele’s Banquet Hall in New Hartford, NY, we used hops as an accent flower.

Special thanks to Jennifer Matcham Photography for allowing us to share her wedding photos with you.

The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of ivory roses, hypericum berries, and fresh, fragrant hops – all framed with italian ruscus and seeded eucalyptus.

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The brides bouquet was wrapped in ivory satin to match her dress.

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The bridesmaids carried a bouquet of white lisianthus, green hypericum berries, pink alstromeria, and pink roses, framed with seeded eucalyptus and italian ruscus. The bouquets were wrapped with plum satin.

 

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The groom and each of the groomsmen wore boutonnieres of hops and burlap leaves, completed with ¬†twine and a beer bottle cap (the ring barer’s boutonniere was a soda bottle cap).

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