A Rustic Garden Wedding at Terrain in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Textured florals in shades of green, taupe and purple embellished Marion and John's botanical-inspired celebration at a local greenhouse. Rather than

Textured florals in shades of green, taupe and purple embellished Marion and John's botanical-inspired celebration at a local greenhouse. Rather than walk down the aisle with an escort, Marion chose to enter the ceremony solo. "My parents played a significant role in our day and I sat them in the front row, but I've always envisioned walking down the aisle by myself," she says. "To me, that signified I'm choosing to make a commitment to marriage. It's different from what many people do, but it was right for me." In addition to seasonal flowers, the garden venue was decorated with plants, candles, lanterns, string lights and a custom moss installation created by the couple's floral designer. "We wanted to highlight the natural beauty of our venue while keeping things fun and comfortable," Marion says.  –Allie Volpe

"I walked down the aisle by myself," Marion says. "My parents of course played a significant role in the day and sat in the front row, but I always envisioned walking down the aisle by myself. To me, that signified my choice to make this commitment. It was different from what many people do, but it was right for me."
Marion stuck to a more glam version of her everyday look for her wedding hair and makeup.
Combining Marion's affinity for succulents, rich plum and wine tones and a less structured arrangements, the floral designer crafted a bouquet that fit both the bride's needs and the season. "Although we had a summer wedding, I like rich colors like wines and plums, so I asked for a few darker flowers mixed in with the more common lighter summer tones," Marion said.
Though her parents were heavily involved and visible at the wedding, Marion chose to walk down the aisle by herself. "I have always envisioned walking down the aisle myself," she said. "To me this signifies that I am choosing to make this commitment." Marion and John also opted not to have any bridesmaids or groomsmen in order to keep the ceremony simple.
In addition to hosting events, Terrain at Styer's is a garden and home decor shop which has its own cafe with locally sourced, organic farm-to-table food.
One of the most eye-catching and unique elements of Marion and John's reception was the living moss wall created by their floral designer. Consisting of moss, succulents and botanicals, the arrangement was displayed next to the dance floor.
The garden theme flowed throughout every aspect of the day, including the walls of the reception. "It was beautiful, unique, and carried the garden setting into the room," Marion says of their custom moss wall.
Tufted lounge furniture was arranged in vignettes throughout the reception space, where guests dined on short rib and halibut.
Terrain's in-house catering team used local ingredients to create a family style meal for the affair.
While no two centerpieces were alike, each featured low arrangements of flowers, small florals in apothecary bottles, troughs of herbs, mercury glass candle holders, lanterns and pillar candles.
The newlyweds cut into a buttercream-covered cake made of lemon and chocolate flavors before digging to Weckerly's ice cream.
To cap off the evening, guests were invited to roast marshmallows by the outdoor fire pit.