Johanna Goodge and Matthew Kirstein
The Crosley Mansion
With a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Mexico in the distance, Johanna Goodge and Matthew Kirstein said “I do” on the outside terrace at the Crosley Mansion. A combination of pale pink, peach and ivory roses softened the mansion’s existing medieval feel and gardens of baby’s breath accented the rooms and ceremony aisle.
While many brides are attracted to large, showy arrangements that can dominate a reception space, the naturally stunning bride’s decision to use tight, compact gatherings was an exceptional fit.
Wedding designer Laura Rosich created a full bouquet of pink peonies for the bride, her favorite flower, and designed luxurious rose rounds for her bridesmaids. The lush bouquets complemented their sheer dresses giving the bridal party an elegant, majestic flair.
“This wedding was very romantic and soft with subtle hints of color,” said Rosich. “It was vintage, yet chic and with the groom and groomsmen wearing traditional ivory spray rose boutonnieres, everything blended perfectly.”
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