At our first meeting, Meg told me she did not look on Pinterest for inspiration. She and Tim would have a wedding completely unique to their personality and style- unencumbered by the trends on the internet. Meg, a copywriter and a creative herself, knows the impact of originality. And she did not disappoint. Featuring an aesthetic of hot color punches paired with cool greens/blues, modern touches, and citrus fruits, it still remains one of my favorites to date.
What’s more, Meg and Tim had a phenomenal line up of vendors on their team. This included Maria Palermo of Palermo Photography. Maria has an eye for the details. She never misses the key shots. And most importantly, her colors are true to life which is imperative for a bold palette like this.
Meg requested calla lilies in her bouquet. We were happy to oblige with a perfect yellow that complemented the lemons used throughout the decor.
The Boxwood Wall, rented from All Occasions, was the perfect backdrop for the head table. It created a signature photo moment for speeches and shots of the newly married couple with their bridal party. The strategically placed blooms and the custom sign were the icing on the cake.
Venue and Catering: Fairmont Pittsburgh | Photography: Palermo Photo | Floral Design: The Blue Daisy |Event Rentals: All Occasions | Linens: Mosaic | Bridal Gown: Rebecca Schoneveld from Luna Boutique | Hair & Makeup: Hannah Conard | Bridesmaid Dresses: Show Me Your Mumu | Entertainment: DJ Digital Dave | Wedding Rings: Henne Jewelers
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