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Enchanting Romantic Renaissance: Natalie & David

Natalie and David's shared love of Renaissance Fairs inspired their enchanting wedding at Newcastle Wedding Gardens. When asked to paint a picture of her wedding, bride Natalie described: Old World, castles, romantic, fun, lots of bling and ribbons, and accents of pheasant feathers. With additional design ideas provided by Georgia Barron of Newcastle Wedding Gardens, we designed their florals and decor using seasonal, full and fleshy flowers. We included the bride's favorites: hydrangea, roses, peony, ranunculus and dahlia, in soft romantic springtime hues of blush, white, champagne, ivory and dark and royal plum. Enjoy these gorgeous photos of Natalie and David's wedding taken by Rick and Lee of Siegel's Portrait Design. We're swooning!

Natalie's bridal bouquet included dahlias, peony, hydrangea, roses and ranunculus 
gathered with a satin ribbon looped collar.

The bridesmaids' bouquets featured soft romantic trailing ribbons.

Groom David sported a rose boutonniere with purple freesia, uhule and pheasant feather accent.

Chair florals, with trailing greens and ribbons, complimented the altar decor. Flowers included champagne roses, plum spider mums, blue lagoon eucalyptus and plumosa.

The pergola at the altar was dressed with swagged garland of greens and flowers.

A full ribbon and crystal backdrop provided subtle gorgeous movement in the breeze.

The garland greens consisted of plumosa and blue lagoon eucalyptus. The flowers included: sahara and quicksand champagne roses, cream football mums and plum spider mums.

The new Mr. & Mrs.!

At the reception in the Red Horse Barn, the Renaissance themed guest table centerpieces were designed by proprietress and event designer Georgia Barron. She supplied the vintage copper and silver vessels and urns which we filled with florals, pheasant feathers and fresh river moss. Every table was different and unique!

The table numbers were Tarot Cards, from Georgia's personal deck!

{ The High Priestess Table }

{ The Magician Table }

The cake was topped with a purple-toned crysthanamum and two pheasant feathers.

…and who wouldn't love cutting their cake with a real sword? Another "Georgia touch!"

Wedding Flowers: Visual Impact Design

Event Designer: Georgia Barron


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