Color was the most important aspect of Stacy and Taylor’s garden party inspired wedding day! Choosing a vibrant palette of sherbet, periwinkle, lemon, and baby blue – their stunning celebration was saturated in joyful tones, infused in the day’s design by Jackie Fogartie Events.
Keep reading to see how disco made its debut during their reception! All photography captured gorgeously by Amy Kolo Photography.
This delightfully watercolor invitation suite was designed by Viri Lovely Designs.
A timeless bride in Sarah Seven
Bride, Stacy wore an elegant sheath gown by Sarah Seven with delicate puffs on the shoulders; she found her beautiful dress at Lovely Bride. This timeless style gave us Bridgerton vibes paired with refined glam by Cali Stott Artistry and breathtaking pastel florals by Vintage Soul Floral Design.
Her vintage bridal stylings were matched with groom Taylor’s classic black tuxedo look from OMJ Clothing, with sleek matching loafers.
Fabulously floral bridesmaids with wildflowers
We’re obsessed with mismatched floral bridesmaids! This trend is perfect for any garden party wedding and Stacy’s bridesmaids nailed the look. Their assorted gowns were sourced from some of the most popular brands of the season, including V. Chapman, Jenny Yoo, Zimmermann, and LoveShackFancy.
Each bridesmaid carried a vibrantly pastel mono bouquet, with their own signature flower. The groomsmen’s black tie attire was a classic contrast to the garden aesthetic!
Vibrant ceremony on the steps of VanLandingham Estate
The forest-green façade of VanLandingham Estate was lined with a rainbow of wildflower-inspired arrangements by Vintage Soul Floral Design for the couple’s ceremony on the front steps. We adore this flower immersion’s ability to transform a historical venue!
On the couple’s engagement:
“Not many people can say their lives have changed with just a right swipe. But for Stacy and Taylor, that single motion led to forever. As their relationship grew, the pair went for an intimate, early-morning hike in Asheville, North Carolina. As the sun rose over the Blue Ridge Mountains, they got engaged with nature as their only witness.”
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Pastel garden seating chart & sage green favors
Guiding guests to their luxe, tented reception was a modern pastel seating chart that matched the couple’s invitation suite, by Viri Lovely Designs. It’s such a chic detail to match patterns and signage throughout your day’s decor.
For favors, adorable sage green monogramed matchbooks were a cute and compact choice. Not to mention the custom cat cocktail napkins beside them!
Garden party meets disco reception
The reception tent, designed by Jackie Fogartie Events featured delicate floral table runners and vibrant bud vases by Vintage Soul Floral Design, accompanied by pastel taper candles. The garden party ambiance was blended with party flair, as a show-stopping disco ball fixture hung over the dance floor.
Vibrant florals made this modern and minimalist cake from Wow Factor Cakes pop!
Rockin’ Mustang & silver streamer exit
As the night came to a close, the newlyweds made their exit in a 1960s Mustang convertible as silver streamers flew around them. That’s one stylish getaway car!
Congratulations Stacy and Taylor! Be sure to check out the full gallery of images by Amy Kolo Photography below to see even more fabulous florals from their disco garden party wedding.
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