This fall wedding at The Barns at Hamilton Station was so much fun to style and coordinate! Elese and Ray wanted a warm intimate gathering with a laid back, organic feel, as they both love hiking and being outdoors. Ray broke his ankle just days before the wedding, but as you can see, they still were on cloud nine! The lush jewel-toned blooms were from the uber-talented Petals and Hedges and these awesome photos are by Katie Stoops.
I’m a bit obsessed with the bride’s baubles and dress from J. Crew. We brought in some vintage throw blankets for the evening with the same pattern as her dress!
We made a ton of custom chalkboards for Elese and Ray!
That arch—Petals and Hedges hit the ball out of the park on this one!
Vintage rugs were a big part of this wedding to help make it seem more cozy and intimate feel and bring splashes of their colors. Many of these beauties actually came from Elese’s mom’s house.
She is stunning.
We pulled out all the stops with upholstered furniture and drapes for lounge seating for their wedding. In all, they had six different groupings of our vintage sofas and vignettes, to really make it feel warm and intimate. Check and check.
For their sweetheart table, we wanted to make it feel cozy and incorporate their pickled favors from Rick’s Picks. So I went to work pickling cabbage, beets, onions, to make this glowing backdrop. I love the way the jars glowed with the candles nearby.
We mixed our farm tables with vintage seating in with round whitewashed tables to give the dinner area a more eclectic look.
More of our vintage lounge seating!
Yummmmy desserts on their dessert buffet—and vegan too from Vegan Treats in Bethlehem, PA.
Styling and Coordination: Something Vintage Rentals // Photography: Katie Stoops // Flowers: Petals and Hedges // Venue: The Barns at Hamilton Station // Catering: Kangaroo Boxing Club (so good!) // Rentals: Something Vintage Rentals // Desserts and Cake: Vegan Treats // Favors: Rick’s Picks // Bride’s Dress and Jewelry: J. Crew