Le swoon! This french blue wedding is TO.DIE.FOR. Not only is the color palette of soft blues, ivory, and gold absolutely dreamy, but the details are the stuff of Pinterest dreams. Inspired by the venue – The Pennsylvanian – the vibe was romantic, light, and airy. Neutral linens, elevated floral arrangements dripping in greenery, ambient lighting, mirror signs, and wooden table numbers were just a few of the soft details. Meghan and Daniel were lucky enough to see all of it before their guests did thanks to their planner, Soiree by Souleret. Splashes of blue were seen in the invitations, the bride’s incredibly gorgeous beaded clutch, the groom’s and groomsmen’s attire, and even Meghan’s bouquet thanks to some bluebells thrown in by Sapphire & Lace Design. But the best place to see this shade that we’re totally crushing on is with the bridesmaid dresses. Silky and super flattering, the cross-back maxi dresses from BHLDN made the palette come alive! We’re drooling over these images from Levana Melamed Photography. Absolutely beautiful!!!
About the Couple
We met at Bucknell University and connected in the library when I interviewed Daniel for the Presidential Fellowship newsletter. After he graduated in 2012, he would drive from Brookline, Massachusetts to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania regularly on weekends to see me. When I started working in Pittsburgh in 2013, we wondered about our future in two different cities. After many flights back and forth, I transferred to a Boston job. We made the 10-hour drive from Gibsonia to Somerville in May 2015 together, but it was outside the steps of my home in Gibsonia that I said yes to his proposal on December 23, 2015.
About the Wedding
Light and bright, classic and romantic. I knew that I wanted French blue as our color, and gold accents to play off of the space at The Pennsylvanian. We were so lucky to work with Shayne and wonderful vendors such as Sapphire and Lace, who took it from there and the outcome was beautiful!
One of our favorite moments of the day was having the opportunity to walk through our reception space before all of our guests were invited inside. This was our planner’s idea, and I’m so excited that she suggested it because it let us take a moment to ourselves before the fun began.