How fun is the idea of having your wedding inside of a school? Especially one that still retains its vintage charm like the one Diane + Jason got married in. With their guest list being as small and intimate as a classroom size of 30, briefly entertaining the idea of eloping, and making sure to keep their costs from getting out of hand, the schoolhouse was the perfect wedding venue for them. We think it’s absolutely charming and love how they decorated the space.
My bouquet included quite a mix of foliage! I’d asked my florist for a seasonal feel but did not want to include typical colors that screamed “fall!” I also love old-fashioned flowers, berries, and unusual foliage, and Laure Friedman from LSL Event Designs really delivered.
Diane’s bridal bouquet had a mixture of dusty miller, lamb’s ear, variegated pittosporum, camellia, seeded eucalyptus, coral hypericum berries, silver brunia berries, globe scabiosa, ruffled garden roses, blush pink ranunculus, milva roses, soft peach tea roses, orange wax flower, and a yellow spiky dahlia.
Photographer: Morgan Trinker Photography / Videographer: Mike Grady / Event coordinator + Florist: LSL Event Design / Hair: Kat Petras / Cake: Edgar’s Bakery / Catering: Dreamland Barbecue / Invitation designer: Jane McAdams Press / Ceremony venue: Old Country Church at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park / Wedding cake chalkboard topper: Gartner Studios / Bride’s reception dress: “Alice” dress by Pronovias / Bride’s going-away dress: Coldwater Creek / Shoes: DKNYC “Brandi” peep-toes from Macy’s / Veil: Etsy shop Fine & Fleurie / Feather Fascinator: Etsy shop Fox and Hare Design / Lipstick color: Mac, See Sheer / Suit designer: Ralph Lauren from Macy’s / Shoes: Bostonian