There really is nothing like classic bridal shades of ivory and white.
No matter where they are used or how they are presented, they truly are the purest tones that convey love, hope, romance and joy! Lindsay and Adam’s wedding at the always elegant Rittenhouse Hotel (as photographed beautifully by Francesco Mastalia) reminds us all that sometimes, it really is just that simple.
Over one hundred ivory Roses were disassembled and then painstakingly reassembed into one large blossom for Lindsay’s stunning bridal bouquet.
Ethereal white draping and classic white pedestals holding flowering Pear branches created a dreamy entrance to the ceremony.
Mixing clean, modern glass in with the existing traditional elegant appointments of the Grand Ballroom only heightened the romance of the celebration.
Gorgeous blossoms from around the globe were composed in collections using clean glass vases of various heights. French Tulips, Peonies, Double Dutch Tulips, Hydrangea, miniature Calla Lilies, Orchids, Sweet Peas, Ranunculus, Roses, Amaryllis and French Lilac were used monochromatically on the dinner tables. Clear glass vessels held floating candles and dozens of votives were used throughout the room for warmth and softness.