24 Feb Moody Red and White Wedding | Riverwood Mansion
Hosted at the elegant Riverwood Mansion, Emily and Brad’s moody red and white wedding was a romantic affair! Their rich color palette beautifully contrasted the classic colors of the venue. Keep reading to see the details from their event, including their tented wedding reception.
Emily was a classic bride in her strapless a-line wedding dress. It featured a modest v-neckline and a long train decorated with covered buttons. She complimented her traditional gown with a non-traditional bouquet, starring dark red roses, anemones, amaranth, and lots of greenery. Brad wore a sleek black tuxedo paired with a matching bow tie and suspenders.
The Wedding Party
Their wedding party rocked a formal attire, with the bridesmaids in all-black matching halter neck gowns. They carried smaller versions of Emily’s bridal bouquet, except for the amaranth which lent her arrangement the dramatic cascade. The groomsmen matched Brad, including their dark red boutonnières.
The Garden Wedding Ceremony
The two exchanged their vows on the patio in the garden beneath a metal wedding arbor. It was decorated with a large arrangement featuring fluffy white hydrangeas, long stem roses, and amaranth that dripped towards the ground. Lining the aisle, black lanterns overflowing with fresh flowers and greenery.
The Tented Wedding Reception
Afterward, they retired to the tented reception area next to the mansion which featured floor-to-ceiling white drapery. Here, round reception tables were dressed in white linens and featured lanterns similar to those that decorated the wedding aisle. A banquet table, for the wedding party, was decorated with a green garland dotted with votive candles. Congrats to our sweet couple! Cheers to a long and happy marriage, Emily and Brad!
Thank you the talented Lizzy Oakley Photography for sharing the details from their day with us!
If you love the look of this moody red and white wedding at Riverwood Mansion, then we’d love to chat! Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let’s start planning!