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Erica and Seamus’ ceremony and reception took place at CV Rich Mansion in White Plains, New York. The mansion’s large ballroom played host to both the ceremony and the reception. Numerous other rooms allow the guests to mingle both during the cocktail hour and during the reception. The spaciousness of this venue allows guest to be comfortable with their own preferences for dancing, listening to music or quiet conversation.

Erica wanted the personal flowers to reflect her Scottish heritage so the bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages all contained heather, a flower common in Scotland.  It so happens that the term Erica is the name of the genus of approximately 860 species of heather. A variety called Erica persoluta was available from a grower in California and was incorporated into the designs.For the wedding arch and centerpieces Erica chose to utilize locally grown seasonal pee gee hydrangea which by their wedding date in September had developed a delightful mauve and green color.

Erica said the following about Cheshire Tree Floral Design’s creations and service:

“Thanks for making out wedding so beautiful”

and

“Sue and Kent were awesome – they responded quickly to every inquiry, change, and freak out. All of the flowers at the wedding were beautiful.”

We thank Erica for allowing us to share in her day and create some of her lasting memories!

Catering for the wedding was provided by Caperberry Events and the music was courtesy of Brendan and Dave of BOK Music.

Erica carried a bouquet of ivory roses and heather.

The bridesmaids held bouquets of pee gee hydrangea and ivory roses.

The mothers carried nosegays of ivory roses and heather.

An equisetum covered basket was filled with rose petals for the flower girl.

A wrist corsage of cream lisianthus and heather.

The mens boutonnieres were crafted with an ivory rose and heather.

Bouquets of fragrant lavender were place on the aisle chairs.

The rustic vine wedding arch in the ballroom of the CV Rich Mansion was covered in seasonal hydrangea and seeded eucalyptus.

A closeup look at the hydrangea on the top of the arch.

A view of the ceremony with guests looking on at CV Rich Mansion.

What better way to incorporate Scottish heritage than having a bagpiper?

Centerpieces of seasonal hydrangea and seeded eucalyptus in square glass containers.

A complete table view at CV Rich Mansion set by the caterer, Caperberry Events.

A complete table view at CV Rich Mansion set by the caterer, Caperberry Events.

Warm candle light illuminates the guest tables at CV Rich Mansion.

The cake with hydrangea florets on top awaits the placement of a pair of birds provided by the bride and groom.

DJ Dave from BOK Music during his pre-reception checks.

Tags: Aisle, arch, bouquet, boutonniere, bridal bouquet, bride, bridesmaid bouquet, Cake, candles, Ceremony, hydrangea, Wedding Flowers

Posted in Aisle and Arch/Chuupah and Bouquets and Boutonniere and CV Rich Mansion and Cake and Candles and Centerpiece and Ceremony and Corsage and Flower Girl and Wedding Flowers.

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