After a short winter break, weddings have started up again here LoCoFlo and we’re so excited! Michele and Justin were married this February in an intimate ceremony in their Hampden home. Surrounded by a small group of family and friends, Michele and Justin committed to a beautiful life together.
Michele and her sister Lyndsey were awesome in providing us lots of creative inspiration from Pinterest for décor. Using winter as a theme, we used lots of creamy whites, evergreens and browns with pops of red and purple to create a seasonal backdrop for this beautiful wedding.
The bride’s bouquet was filled with locally grown white tulips, paper whites, dusty miller, camellia foliage, succulents, mini-pine cones and lotus pods.
The mantle, decorated with candles, evergreens, pine cones and mercury glass votives, was being watched over by an awesome winter owl.
To create a special spot for the ceremony, we constructed a birch arch with some evergreens, pussy willows, pinecones and flowers for the couple to stand in front of.
After the ceremony, the couple and and their family and friends enjoyed dinner at the newest farm to table restaurant in Federal Hill – Liv2Eat in Federal Hill.
Dinner took place in a private room in the restaurant. All of the details in the intimate location were super fun to put together. Each of the chairs were decorated with a burlap wrap and pine cones.
We made these awesome birch place card holders (with cutting help from our friends at Baltimore Architectural Detail) for each of the guests. The matched perfectly with the birch covered vases we used for the centerpieces.
Special thanks to our winter growers! Growing flowers/foliage in the winter is not as fun/easy as growing flowers in warmer weather. We’re so grateful for folks like Farmhouse Flowers, PlantMasters, Seaberry Farm and LynnVale Studios for growing year round!
Finally, thanks to Michele and Justin for allowing us to be part of their most special of days. We’re wishing them both a lifetime of happiness together!