Jaclyn and Zachary’s perfect and picturesque July Wedding at John James Audubon Center. The John James Audubon Center offers amazing views from it’s breathtaking foliage, sweeping meadows, rolling hills, 18th century fieldstone barn and pavilion for events of 50 to 250.
Jacklyn choose white and lavender for summer wedding colors. The Bride’s bouquet was designed with white and lavender roses, spray roses and sunflower(her favorite) accented with isreali ruscus. The bridesmaids carried a smaller version of the Bride’s bouquet without the sunflower. Jacklyn picked the lavender rose for the all the guys’ boutonnieres.
Jaclyn and Zachary were married under the chuppah in the middle of the apple orchard. Guests were escorted to their seats in the orchard, in front of the white birch chuppah decorated with white sheers and white roses with greens.
Cocktail Hour and Reception
Cocktail hour guest enjoyed small bites with cocktails in the Barn and surrounding grounds. The Barn was decorated with votives and small bud vases with roses and hydrangeas.
Reception was held int the pavilion. Guest tables had two different designs. One half of the table were decorated with a white lantern with a candle surrounded by green and white and lavender roses. The other half of the tables had a trio vase with candles accented with greens and spray roses.
The sweetheart table sat right in front of the fireplace. A rose and hydrangea arrangement was created for the fireplace mantle and heath. The bridesmaids bouquets were also used to decorate the rest of the fireplace. Due to the size of the sweetheart table we just added a vase for the Bride’s bouquet with accents of greens.
To complete the reception at the John James Audubon Center is to decorate the CAKE! Jacklyn wanted to keep it to a simple and clean design. Flower bits and pieces were add to the cake layers just enough to add some color.
Jaclyn & Zach’s Wedding
July 24, 2021
Venue: John James Audubon Center Caterer: Jeffery A. Miller Floral Design and Production: JL Original Designs Photographer: Andrea Krout Photography