Hi, y’all!  My name is Megan – pleased to meet you!  As you’ve probably heard, Holly is taking a well-deserved vacation this week (praise the good Lord!).  In the meantime, I’ll be posting in lieu of her.  This week we will be featuring posts from our Chapel Designers who are coming with us this year to New York.  If you haven’t purchased your ticket – hurry! (Hint: see the sidebar to purchase.) Seats don’t stay vacant for long when you’re in the company of Tara Guérard and Matthew Robbins. First up is Alicia Broehl from Stems by Serendipity – take it away, chica.

Stems by Serendipity designed a fabulous garden-themed photo shoot that was brought to life through the lens of Stacey Windsor Photography.  Our theme was inspired by the minty green color of vintage jadeite dishes, soft pink and peach hues of juliet garden roses and lovely lace linens.  Pearls, soft floral china accents and crystal cupcake holders added to this English garden tablescape.  Centerpiece flowers included queen anne’s lace, juliet garden roses, white hydrangea, pink spray roses, peach stock and white lisianthus.  Our bride carried a simple petite bouquet of juliet garden roses and queen anne’s lace.  The beautiful and delicious cake and cupcakes were provided by Charles Street Bakery.

  • The Good Stuff :: Rainy Day Funds and Sunny Day Drives » Stacey Windsor Photography Says: (01.31.2012 | 08:43)

    […] The incredible style shoot that I was lucky enough to work on last spring with the lovely ladies of Serendipity Bridal and Events got a little bit more recognition this week, both on my favorite DC wedding blog, United With Love as well as on Holly Chapple’s amazing floral blog, The Full Bouquet. […]

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