Morgan and Duke had a gorgeous June wedding day at the Historic Post Office in Hampton, Virginia! I absolutely LOVE this unique venue, with its vaulted ceilings, dramatic balconies, and overall elegant feel! For their wedding, Morgan and Duke envisioned a classic, romantic color palette of cream, blush and dusty rose with plenty of garden-inspired greenery. To bring their vision to life, we used lots of garden roses, ranunculus, spirea, lisianthus, and astilbe. The spirea especially gave the bouquets such a sweet, ethereal texture, and of course the flowers smelled amazing! Morgan’s bridal bouquet was tied off with our Cappuccino silk ribbon, which was a lovely complement to her gorgeous lace wedding dress!
To really make a statement in the reception space, we created floral centerpieces in the same beautiful shades of blush and dusty rose, arranged in urns with an abundance of lush greenery. The wedding cake was decorated with olive greenery, with a few sweet pops of flowers. A sprinkling of votives and some dusty beige taper candles added to the romantic feel of the reception, and I loved the effect of the gold accents throughout the space. It was all so pretty!! Morgan and Duke’s wedding was photographed by Dear Lovers Photography, who did an absolutely wonderful job, and as always, it was such a pleasure working with the amazing staff at the Historic Post Office! I truly loved getting to know Morgan and Duke; they are just the sweetest couple, and it was a joy to be part of the wedding day! Honored to call sweet Morgan my dear friend!!! Scroll to the end of this post for a list of vendors who brought their celebration to life!
Photography: Dear Lovers Photography
Hair: Karlie Dare
Video: The Abbouds
DJ: Jo Froxi (friend of bride)
Dress: Kleinfeld Bridal
Invitations/Calligraphy: Lauren Perry Studio
Coordinator: Courtney Marshall
Catering: Cuisine & CO