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A Vintage Wedding in St. Louis, MO

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Liz & Dave in St. Louis, MO
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Liz carried light-pink peonies (what else?) tied off with an ivory ribbon. “It was very simple and smelled fabulous!” she says.
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The bridesmaids carried garden-inspired hand-tied bouquets of pink garden roses, light-peach spray roses, pink wax flowers and Queen Anne’s lace.
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Dave wore a green bow tie and a pink rose boutonniere that had a fresh garden look.
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Liz and Dave’s 16-person bridal party wore clover-green silk shantung dresses by Jenny Yoo and summery seersucker suits from Brooks Brothers.
Jenny Yoo Collection, New York, NY
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Although the embossed pewter and white invites admittedly took a ton of time to make, Liz was happy with the end result.
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The programs were simple: white card stock tied off with light-green ribbon and printed in a cursive font.
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The couple didn’t add any extra decorations, so as not to distract from Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church’s expansive architecture and stained-glass windows.
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The escort cards were a DIY project: Each was made out of pewter paper and accented with white lace-like doilies.
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Dinner took place in the foyer of the history museum. All of the existing décor, including the old model airplane hanging from the ceiling, added to the day’s vintage vibe.
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Butler’s Pantry, St. Louis, MO
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Liz collected antique silver and pewter water pitchers for the tables, and the florist took over from there -- adding pink in-season roses, peonies and stock.
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For the cake cutting, the couple’s baker made them a small white buttercream cake decorated with silver dragées and a fresh peony.
Sugaree Baking Company, St. Louis, MO

Liz & Dave in St. Louis, MO

The Bride Liz Vishion, 30, an electrical engineer at Vishion Tool & Machine Co. The Groom Dave Corrigan, 29, in medical sales at Spine Source The Date June 5 Liz’s favorite flower—the peony—inspired the day’s details. They chose a June wedding date (when peonies are readily available) and went for a romantic garden theme with a vintage vibe. The color palette: pale dusty rose, clover green and pewter.
- Anja Winikka
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