I met Heather and Mike at a little cafe on Newbury Street the day after Thanksgiving last year. They were such a sweet couple, and I so enjoyed sitting with them talking about their wedding plans, rather than battling the crowds of people shopping outside! Heather and Mike are both very artistic and creative, so the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center seemed like the perfect venue for their wedding. Their bright color scheme of orange and blue was used throughout the wedding ceremony and reception, and it was the perfect pop of color for this early fall wedding.
The bride carried an orange and coral bouquet of dahlias, calla lilies, roses, and hypericum berries.
The bridesmaids carried similar bouquets with roses, dahlias and hypericum berries.
There were two style of low centerpieces, both with bright orange flowers in blue ribbon wrapped vases. The first style was a mix of roses, dahlias, calla lilies, celosia, protea pin cushions, button poms and hypericum berries.
The second style centerpiece was a trio of vases with a mix of orange and coral flowers in each.
Cocktail hour tables had small arrangements of dahlias with hypericum berries and bear grass accents.
Chair ends of baby's breath for the ceremony
The bridal party made and hung all the fun orange and blue tissue paper balls that were used outside for the ceremony, and around the room inside for bright pops of color.
There are a few different entrances to the CMAC, so we tied a small bunch of flowers around the two posts at the bottom of the staircase to direct guests to the wedding entrance.
Congrats Heather & Mike - it was such a pleasure to be a part of your wedding!