Bride Alexa was definitely ahead of her time with her timeless Mansions of Fifth wedding in Pennsylvania. At every corner you can find the 2017 Pantone color of the year, greenery. The mansion was transformed with floral design by Green Sinner and some of those beautiful blooms and greenery even came from the mother of the brides very own garden. Gorgeous linens by Mosaic Linens and paper details by Nota Bene along with candle light and geo lanterns created a serene and natural ambiance. I love how flawlessly the outdoors was brought in for this celebration.
Alexa’s three quarter sleeve length gown from Bridal Beginning was the epitome of timeless elegance as was her groom Joey dressed in a classic black tux from The Black Tux. Their style was totally on point. Speaking of style how much do you love the cake designed by Justina Honsberger?! It added such a sweet dash of whimsy. You’re going to fall in love with all the gorgeous details captured by Jenni Grace Photography.
From Jenni Grace Photography, Alexa and Joey are just the sweetest couple who were so excited to celebrate their love for one another, but without all of the hustle and bustle around a big wedding day. They planned to have their wedding in Alexa’s parent’s backyard amongst her mother’s prized garden, but the guest list just grew too big. Knowing that they wanted to be surrounded by their family and friends yet feel the comforts of a wedding at home, they decided to bring the garden to The Mansion with the help of Green Sinner. The florist and mother of the bride worked together on a floral plan that would incorporate each room in a separate theme, but tie together seamlessly. They even brought in florals and greenery from Alexa’s mom’s garden to really give the sense of home. The mansion was completely transformed into a secret garden for their elegant reception. It was the perfect backdrop to their beautiful love story.