A Connecticut River Museum Wedding in Essex, Connecticut

Lauren and Adam were married at the Connecticut River Museum in Essex, Connecticut. Their celebration included an outdoor garden ceremony, large bloom

Lauren and Adam were married at the Connecticut River Museum in Essex, Connecticut. Their celebration included an outdoor garden ceremony, large blooming blush and hot pink florals and local flavors, including jam, as the wedding favors.

The couple's four-tiered wedding cake was topped with cascading pink floral designs and gold piping.
The couple pinned formal pink escort cards to a gilded board accented with peach colored peonies.
As favors, guests received local jam preserves with miniature ceramic tasting spoons.
Personalized napkins at the couple's cocktail hour were printed with fun facts about the bride and groom's relationship.
The bridal bouquet and the bridesmaids' bouquets included mixes of white and blush blooms, like scabiosas, peonies and ranunculuses.
The outdoor ceremony was designed with an ombre aisle runner of loose rose petals.
The couple exchanged vows beneath a floral huppah accented with hot pink and blush roses.
A peaked, white tent housed the dinner and dancing portion of the celebrations.
Groomsmen stayed classically cool in black tuxedos and matching bowties.
The bride wore this strapless, A-line Monique Lhuillier gown with cascading floral appliques.
Bouquets of blush peonies, roses, ranunculus and dusty miller decorated the center of the tables at the reception.