A Vintage Garden Wedding in St. Mary’s City, MD

Ayse and Jack threw a destination waterfront wedding for friends and family on the lawn of the Historic St. Mary’s City State House.  From the neutral

Ayse and Jack threw a destination waterfront wedding for friends and family on the lawn of the Historic St. Mary’s City State House. From the neutral color scheme to the mixed seasonal flowers paired with Victorian-patterned tablecloths, the vintage-inspired reception felt like an intimate garden party.

Distressed white pots and flower boxes were filled with mixed seasonal flowers and vegetables (think eggplants!).
Ayse carried a purple and white bouquet of mixed seasonal blooms including white hydrangeas and baby's breath.
Ayse and Jack exchanged vows under a wooden arch draped with garlands of seasonal greens.
Ayse and Jack had such a great time dancing during their reception that they forgot all about throwing the bouquet!
Ayse and Jack carried their neutral color palette to the reception by dressing up their long farm tables with burlap table runners, simple white plates and brown linen napkins.
Ayse and Jack's table assignments were posted on an antique door displayed outside of the reception.
The bridesmaid arrangements were smaller than the bride's bouquet and popped with deep purple lilacs.
The waterfront ceremony was decorated with mason jars overflowing with garden flowers and rustic wooden chairs.
Ayse wore ivory suede Nine West open toe shoes that matched her fitted dress.
A striped purple tie and simple white boutonniere popped against the groomsmen's gray linen vests.
Ayse and Jack's centerpieces alternated between painted pots and wooden flower boxes, all filled with mixed seasonal flowers and a graphic table number.
The dapper groomsmen wore gray linen pants and vests paired with purple ties from J.Crew.