Times may change, trends may evolve, but forever our hearts will hold to blush and gold wedding sophistication. For us this romantic color scheme is timeless charm and eloquent elegance. Add to that a gorgeous bride in a standout mermaid gown from La Belle Mariee Bridal and Philadelphia as a backdrop for endless portraits and it’s a winning combination. From Ilonka Floral Decorator gorgeous floral arrangements to the grand Ballroom at the Ben, planner Kyle Michelle Weddings orchestrated an insanely gorgeous soiree for Alex and David’s fairytale to unfold. With Carley K Photography behind the lens, each delicious detail is ready to be poured over and pinned from this pretty little gallery. In our humble opinion, if you are a feminine bride whose vision is one of a timeless day than this blush and gold wedding sophistication is your roadmap to creating that reality.
Blush and Gold Wedding Sophistication
Alex and David’s blush and gold wedding sophistication took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which is where this fab couple’s love story began. When planning their wedding, they both agreed that family was more important and that their main goal was that their family and friends enjoy a party that would lead to dancing the night away. The groom’s three sisters were in her bridal party donning blushed bridesmaids’ dresses, as well Alex’s twin brother – her best friend. He even went the lengths of going to every fitting with her. When her special day arrived, they were both so emotional they could barely able hold back their tears. Pink has always been her favorite color and she wanted her wedding to be pink and elegant. Nailed it. Ilonka Floral Decorator provided beautiful high center pieces as well as a beautiful flower wall installation behind the sweetheart table. The day before the wedding, Alex’s Aunt gave her a hand painted leather jacket wrapped in her Grandmother’s favorite ribbon. This was very extraordinarily special to her, as her Grandmother passed when she was a little girl. Alex and David were married in a Catholic Church by the priest who taught David in high school and the priest featured letters they had written to each other in his homily. There was not a dry eye in that church during the reading of their love letters to one another.