The Ballroom at ProvidenceG was the perfect blank canvas for an October wedding rich with deep, saturated hues.
Stephanie’s role in the wedding industry over the years had provided her with a wealth of inspiration — so when it came time to plan her own wedding she knew exactly what she wanted. “We picked decor that was in the jewel tone family, but I wanted there to be plenty of variety to keep the design interesting without focusing too much on everything being a perfect match,” Stephanie described.
Hunter green gowns combined with darkly rich bouquets made a statement against a creamy white backdrop.
Pops of golden yellow blooms added an unexpected splash of bright color to the mauve-filled floral arrangement.
Lush crimson blossoms paired with autumn greens and hints of fuchsia combined to create a mystical bouquet.
The views from the rooftop at ProvdinceG offered an iconic backdrop to capture the look of true love.
Plum table linen paired with magenta linen napkins, wooden chairs, and various jewel-toned flora were perfectly juxtaposed.