Monday, June 6, 2011

A Dream Wedding at Winvian, Morris, Connecticut

Nestled in the Litchfield Hills, Winvian is the perfect location for a sophisticated country wedding! Alicia and Tim were married there in the gardens under a spectacular wooden arch, covered with an abundance of white bridal spirea and white mock orange branches. The cedar arch had a special meaning since it had been custom made by the bride’s father.




All of the aisle chairs were accented with all white posies (white lisianthus, white bridal spirea and curly willow). These posies were enjoyed a second time at the reception, which was held in The Gordon Brown House, a newly renovated barn on the Winvian property.

The beautiful bride wore a short white gown AND peacock blue shoes. Her white and lime green bouquet featured Polar Star roses, lisianthus, ranunculus, freesia, viburnum and Lady’s Mantle. The handle was wrapped with peacock blue ribbon – an exact color match of her shoes.

After the Ceremony guests enjoyed cocktails in view of many special floral arrangements including this tall one with the amazing blue hybrid delphinium.

When the guests arrived at the reception….they were dazzled by the lush low centerpieces with spring green viburnum and an array of white flowers (hydrangeas, lisianthus, sweet peas, freesia and roses).




What a fabulous wedding it was!!!!