A Brooklyn Botanical Garden Wedding in Brooklyn, New York

Anja Tranovich (a freelance communications specialist) and Kellye Rogers (a senior project manager for Phase2) looked no further than their favorite s

Anja Tranovich (a freelance communications specialist) and Kellye Rogers (a senior project manager for Phase2) looked no further than their favorite season to design a sophisticated affair with a touch of vintage glamour. Organic bouquets in their rich fall palette - scarlet, cream, purple and chocolate - anchored the day's decor and blended perfectly with the botanical garden backdrop.

The couple's flower girl wore a simple purple dress with a scarlet sash to match the wedding's colors and a flower crown made by the couple's florist. When she was asked later what her favorite part of the wedding was she said: “when they kissed,” Anja recalls.
A cascade of crimson blooms gave the all-white fondant cake some seasonal flair.
The textured centerpieces were filled with garden roses, dahlias, moss, scabiosas and leaves in rich shades of scarlet, red, orange and green.
Kellye's boutonniere had a rustic, vintage feel with a cluster of leaves, berries and ranunculuses in shades of ivory, scarlet and dark yellow.
Anja and Kellye wed under a large weeping willow tree. A floral arch in the pair's wedding colors served as the backdrop for the ceremony.
During cocktail hour, the newlyweds served a variety of fall-inspired foods.
The airy glass-walled Palm House offered guests stellar views of the garden and the changing autumn leaves.
The couple danced to Ella Fitzgerald's In the Mood for Love as family and friends looked on.
Anja's bouquet was filled with a mix of textured blooms and leaves in a scarlet, cream and chocolate color palette.
We wanted the space to feel cozy, so we had our florist add candles to each centerpiece, Anja says.
To go with their vintage glam theme, Anja rocked a pair of shimmery gold Jimmy Choo peep toe heels, while Kellye kept it classic with a shiny pair of Black Fleece oxfords.