Is it just me, but aren’t gray days are so beautiful for color? We’re so happy to follow up on a previous post with photos from one of our absolute favorite photographers, Connie Miller of Studio Atticus!

Sooo magazine, no? Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus, 2010.

Apryl and I keep looking and looking at this photo, it’s just so dreamy! I love the casualness of her gesture, reaching down to adjust her dress, the elegance of her silhouette  set against the arch of the church, and the way the pink pops against the ivory and cool gray stone.

Bouquet for Anna. Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus, 2010.

This photo is almost too much prettiness! Love, love, love. The bridal bouquet we did for Anna with a tonal pink range of peonies and sweet peas.

Phalenopsis Orchid Boutonniere. Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus, 2010.

One simple pure white phalenopsis orchid for a boutonniere. Note the pink pocket square (this is always a great way to tie in colors but keep the flowers neutral still).

Reception Loveliness – We did flowy, lush centerpieces of spring time blooms – spirea, peonies, tulips, and viburnum in pinks and ivories. Taller arrangements at the guest book and place card tables featured long stemmed French tulips and long arch boughs of white spirea and dogwood branches.

View of the Tent at the Pavillion. Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus, 2010.

Pretty Table 11. Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus.

Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus, 2010.

Sweetheart Table with Bouquet. Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus, 2010.

Cake with a waterfall of flowers. Photo by Connie Miller of Atticus Studio, 2010.

I loved the cake flowers, they looked good enough to eat (although I’m sure the cake tasted much better!).

Flowers for the Guest Book Table. Photo by Connie Miller of Atticus Studio, 2010.

Tall french tulips in ivory and others that look almost ‘dusted’ in pink at their edges were paired with long arch boughs of spirea and tall dogwood stems. The stems in the vase ended up looking a little more unsightly than we expected so we quickly put a few bands of pale pink ribbon up the length of the tall vase.

Guest Book Table Arrangement (detail). Photo by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus, 2010.

Love, love this photo too. Sigh. For more photos of this wedding, visit Studio Atticus’ blog.

Photos by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus

Florals by Petalena

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