If you are looking for more fall wedding inspiration, look no further than Colin and Alex’s wedding at Front and Palmer. Held last October, these handsome grooms paired moderns elements with romantic touches, and the result was a beautiful combination of colors and textures.
Soft white flowers balanced the bold leafy greenery, and warm wood tones balanced the crisp charcoal gray linens. Floating floral table runners added depth to the space, and Edison string lights tastefully incorporated modern whimsy and warmth.
We were honored to work on this wedding and to have had the opportunity to work with side by side with some wonderfully talented vendors, like Grace D Photography who captured these lovely images.
Photographer: Grace D Photography
Flowers: Petals Lane
Venue: Front and Palmer
Catering: Feast Your Eyes
Wedding Planner: Kyle Michelle Weddings
Lighting: Synergetic Sound & Lighting
A reception of 150 guests followed by a private dinner of 64 marked the naming of the Kislack Center on the 6th floor of the Van Pelt Library at The University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Amy Gutmann spoke during the reception and ribbon cutting. The design envisioned combined various shades of reds, burgundy’s and antique mercury silver glass; with candlelight to reflect and bounce through the design. The table settings sat atop a mirrored table top providing a multi-dimension design for the flowing flowers. With collaboration from Garces Caterings stunning menu, lighting and draping from Synergistic Sounds & Lighting and the linen/dishware/chairs from Party Rental, it was an elegant affair.
A amazing over the top fall wedding at the Union League. The wedding decor featured an elegant natural palette of Whites and Ivories with slight pops of very light pink, using a full assortment of Hydrangeas, Stock, Roses and Draping Phalenopsis Orchids. It was great working with the coordination team at Proud to plan, who kept the day running smooth. Synergetic Sounds and Lighting provided lighting accents to the room and the nights entertainment. Thank you Jennifer Childress www.jennchildress.com for the amazing photos provided below.