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Katelyn & Sean’s Wedding Flowers

Katelyn and Sean’s wedding flowers colors included a palette of ivory, blush, and soft pinks. They wished to describe their wedding as Parisan with a touch of chic yet vintage flare. The bride’s hand tied bouquet  included fully bloomed roses, peonies, and lemon leaf. A thin layer of ivory lace ribbon surrounded the stems for an elegant handle.

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Art Institute Wedding Soirée

It was a fabulous evening at the Modern Wing of the Art Institute Wedding Soirée. Cocktails were served; mini-dishes were passed. Our design team at Anthony Gowder Designs had the pleasure of creating five distinct bridal looks throughout Terzo Piano. Each one featured a unique color palette and floral design. We’d like to give thanks to Carasco Photography for capturing all of the looks throughout the evening.

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Patrick + Kenny

Patrick and Kenny’s wedding at The Rookery in the Chicago loop was absolutely divine. The fall color palette featured an array of orchids and earthy elements. As always, it was a pleasure working with Frank Event Design, who coordinated the day. And a big thank you to Kevin Weinstein for these photos.

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Pamela + Jason

Pamela and Jason’s wedding was held at The Standard Club in downtown Chicago. The bride and her bridesmaids carried nosegays of Sahara roses, stephanotises and mini hydrangea. Entering the ballroom, guests were greeted with sumptuous white flowers and hundreds of candles. The arrangements, executed in three different styles, created an elegant sparkle with tall floating candles, mirrored boxed and a plethora of white blooms.

 

 

Partners/Vendors: The Standard Club

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Allie + Paul

Allie and Paul walked down the aisle on a cold winter’s night at St. James Cathedral in downtown Chicago.  Each guest table at the Union League Club of Chicago featured winter wedding flowers, silver tablecloths, pewter votives, and mercury glass vases. The couple’s frosty color palette filled the vases with white hydrangeas, dusty miller, and an assortment of ivory and lavender roses.

Partner/Vendors: St. James Cathedral, Union League Club

 

 

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Christine + Ryan

Christine and Ryan had a summer wedding ceremony at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, IL.  Our bride’s bouquet featured an array of fully bloomed roses, mini hydrangeas and spray roses. The beautiful color palette included shades of pinks, fuchsias, and green.  These images are courtesy of Artisan Events.

 

Partners/Vendors: Morton Arboretum, Artisan Events

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Danielle + Lionel

Danielle and Lionel were married in the outdoor garden at Galleria Marchetti, with their reception just inside the permanent tent. The bridal bouquets featured autumnal roses, Mokara Orchids, and mini lime hydrangea. The elevated centerpieces included tall branches of curly willows punctuated with orange and red orchids. Special thanks to Steven Rosenberg Photography for all of the images of this Chicago wedding.

Partner/Vendors: Galleria MarchettiSteven Rosenberg Photography

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Emily + Jason

Emily and Jason’s wedding at Cafe Brauer was filled with roses and hydrangeas  The soft pink, white, and purple palette filled the room. We designed three different centerpiece arrangements on the various tables. The bouquets were vibrant against the soft neutral tone of the bridesmaid dresses. Photos by Artisan Events.

Partners/Vendors: Cafe BrauerArtisan Events

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Cassie + Bill

Cassie and Bill had a very intimate ceremony at The Palmer House, in downtown Chicago. Mirrored boxes topped with soft candlelight illuminated the aisle. Our designers also created beautiful topiary trees featuring white and ivory blooms, with gilded branches. It was a very enjoyable event working with the staff of Frank Event Design. Thank you to Pawinski Photography for the fabulous wedding ceremony photos.

Partners/Vendors: The Palmer HouseFrank Event DesignPawinski Photography

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Kelli + Tim

Kelli and Tim were wed at the Modern Wing of The Art Institute of Chicago. We created a vibrant palette of purples and reds against the white architectural canvas of the Terzo Piano. The vertical place card table featured panels of reindeer moss punctuated with the guests card. Following the contemporary lead of the venue, the guest tables were augmented with rectangular, fabric-covered boxes overstuffed with sumptuous florals. Special thanks to our friends at flutterphoto for these photos of our chic couple.

Partners/Vendors: flutterphotoModern Wing of The Art Institute of Chicago

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