The regal elegance of the Glen Manor House inspired a dark and glamorous color palette exuding Gatsby Era allure.
Talia’s heart was always set on a dark, romantic wedding like that of a Gatsby party; filled with midnight blues and glittering gold accents. After meeting with Semia of Flowers by Semia her focus shifted a bit to incorporate more neutral hues like deep, earthy greens and warm whites. “Too much glitz could’ve come off tacky — my vendors did an amazing job at keeping everything balanced,” Talia recalled. Midnight navy linens were topped with tall gilded vases that were filled with creamy blooms on each round table. Under a canopy of twinkling lights a long navy table lush with a garland of greens created a magical outdoor dining experience for the bridal party. The cake, created by her dear mother Maureen of Something Different Cake Couture was like edible art; each layer a different texture and adorned with sugar anemones just like in Talia’s bouquet.