Tracie and Kevin were married last fall at the beautiful Steppingstone Museum in Havre De Grace. This historic, natural setting was perfect for an October wedding.
The bride’s bouquet was filled with fuchsia dahlias, chartreuse zinnias, plumed celosia and little pops of deep brown millet. It was wrapped in raffia to give it a very natural look.
This creative bride decided to do the centerpieces herself. They turned out great! Ball jars are so versatile and can be used in so many different ways. This one was filled with shiny glass gems, a pillar candle and a richly colored brown ribbon. Placed on top of a circular mirror, the centerpieces added color, texture and light to the tables. Love them!
Thanks to Michael Temchine for the flower photos and thanks to Locust Point Flowers and Belvedere Farm for the beautiful flowers!
Congratulations to Tracie and Kevin!