I am dreaming of spring and all these lush Monet inspired florals that Quatre Coeur created for Lindsey and Alan's wedding at the Harold Pratt House. This elegant townhouse built on the upper eastside in 1920 is one of my favourite venues for an intimate city wedding. The old world charm and classic details were perfect for this couple that met at Princeton.
Lindsey looked absolutely stunning in a mermaid lace Ines di Santo gown and a cathedral length veil edged with lace. She loved lilac and even though it isn't an easy flower for a bouquet given the need for water, Ruth from Quatre Coeur still made it happen! I loved the magnificently lush arrangement she created for the escort table and the romantic garland winding its way up the staircase to the ballroom upstairs.
The cocktail reception took place in the library and Creative Edge designed these serving platters with a cloche covering old linen bound books in the center. Lindsey and Alan brought their favourite ice cream to the wedding from The Bent Spoon and Creative Edge served these on miniature cones that were a late night hit! Guests took home jars of jam made by Alan's mother from fruit from her own garden. I often find with weddings that we have leftover favours at the end of the night, but not with this one!
Thank you to Charlie Juliet for capturing this classic and timeless wedding in the most beautiful way.
Photography: Charlie Juliet | Event Planning: Ang Weddings and Events | Venue: Harold Pratt House | Florist: Quatre Coeur | DJ: 74 Events | Caterer: Creative Edge Parties | Cake: Nine Cakes | Strings: Elan Artists | Hair and Makeup: Face Time Beauty | Rental: Party Rental Ltd | Gown: Ines di Santo via Bergdorf Goodman | Bridesmaids: Dessy | Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Invitations and day of paperie: Lion in the Sun