| The Ergle Wedding @ Historic Lawrenceville Courthouse|
Talk about taking your standard courthouse wedding to the next level, that is exactly what this couple did with this ultra chic wedding that took place on the lawn of the historic Lawrenceville Courthouse with a reception to follow inside in the judge’s chambers and old courtroom now turned into a banquet hall. Growing up in Lawrenceville the courthouse was always a staple in every holiday for me as child, so to be able to do a wedding here was like a dream come true. Emily truly had a beautiful and modern vision for the space which made this project super fun. Her bride party flowers were all white mini callas which are already super chic and modern like a New York city wedding. I also created a lush floral covered Juliet balcony for her to do a first look from prior to ceremony processional beginning, just after the groom had arrived in the gazebo, which was ultra romantic. All of the staircase and gazebo railings were covered in floral garlands, of white lilies, Vendella roses, Springeri and English Ivy. Inside the courthouse I created small floral vignettes with LED lanterns in the staircase windows as you ascended to the ballroom. There were several large grand buffet arrangement including a lime filled candy buffet, along with a cattail and fern fronds arrangement in the main buffet hall . The grand ballroom tables each had stately eiffel towers filled with aubergine mini callas, casablanca lilies, fern frond aka monkey tails, Vendella roses and Dendrobiums orchids.