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Rustic Wedding at Crabtree’s Kittle House, Chappaqua, New York

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Cris and Mike wanted their wedding to be different. They accomplished this in part through a combination of elements such as birch cross section, mini pumpkins, string, mason jars and casually arranged flowers. The cedar wedding arch incorporated bittersweet and curly willow with roses and callas. The place cards were made from paper cut in the shape of leaves and hung from a tree made from real branches.

We so much enjoyed working with Cris and Mike and wish them much hapiness together. They were kind enough to write the following review which can be found on WeddingWire.com. Thanks guys!

“Sue and Kent are pure geniuses! they turn flowers into art in it’s simplest, yet most sophisticated form. our flowers, decorations, centerpieces and ceremony decor were beyond gorgeous! we could not have asked for a better couple to create such beautiful floral arrangements, to make our wedding day so special. all of my friends from work compliment the flowers in every picture i show them. we would definitely recommend the cheshire tree to all of our friends and family. Cristina & Michael”

Cris’s bouquet incorporated spray roses, hypericum berries, calla lilies and fall leaves.

The stems of the bouquet were wrapped in burlap and accented with crystals.

Cris’s sisters carried bouquets similar to hers but with the addition of dahlias.

The bridesmaids’ bouquets with dahlias, fall leaves, spray roses and hypericum.

The stems of the bridesmaid’s bouquets were wrapped in burlap and accented with copper color ribbon.

Corsage of spray roses, hypericum and calla lilies.

The boutonnieres were hypericum berries with rosemary and seeded eucalytpus. The stems were wrapped in twine.

The groom with his boutonniere

The ceremony

Petal cones hang from the chairs in the aisle.

The bride and groom were showered with mum flowers during the recessional.

The arch was decorated with a swag of curly willow, bittersweet, roses, calla lilies and fall leaves.

The back stairs were decorated with ivy vines and bouquets of flowers to coordinate with the ceremony.

The back stairs were decorated with ivy vines and bouquets of flowers to coordinate with the ceremony.

The bouquets were accented with bows of burlap.

The place card tree with fall colored leaf cards.

A close look at the fall leaf place cards.

The overall effect was mossy and twiggy!

Each guest napkin was accented with orange ribbon and a fall mum flower.

The centerpieces were a collection of mason jars, candles, moss, and custom burned log initials arranged on white birch log cross sections . Hand carved mini white pumpkins served the table numbers.

Hand carved mini white pumpkin table numbers.

Custom burned intials on white birch log sections.

The bride and groom’s table with their view of the back garden.

The bride used here bouquet as decoration on their sweetheart table.

The bride and grooms chairs were decorated with a wide band of burlap and a poof of baby’s breath.

The brides’ cousin made this awesome cake with chocolate branches, gumpaste flowers and a heart with initials to mimic the centerpieces.

The cake with the birde and grooms initials “Burned” into it.

Forks for the cake cutting were etched with “I do” and “Me too”!

Twinkle lights accented the atrium ceiling and poles.

Mum plants wrapped in burlap adorned the windows.

Posted in Aisle and Arch/Chuupah and Bouquets and Boutonniere and Cake and Candles and Centerpiece and Ceremony and Corsage and Crabtree's Kittle House and Napkin and Place Card Table and Sweetheart Table and Wedding Flowers.

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