Nicole and Josh

Molly Litchen Photography,
The Liriodendron Mansion

NICOLE AND JOSH

Molly Litchen Photography,
The Liriodendron Mansion

Summer Soiree at The Liriodendron Mansion

Nicole and Josh met through friends and originally planned a 2020 wedding at the Dye House. Lots of plans changed for this couple during the pandemic. Chef Josh switched jobs and launched Fuzzies Food truck and they had to postpone the wedding. But it all turned out beautifully and they look like they just stepped out of a magazine. Photographer Molly Litchen caught the light perfectly! And created the most beautiful flat lays.

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Nicole and Josh met through friends and originally planned a 2020 wedding at the Dye House. Lots of plans changed for this couple during the pandemic. Chef Josh switched jobs and launched Fuzzies Food truck and they had to postpone the wedding. But it all turned out beautifully and they look like they just stepped out of a magazine. Photographer Molly Litchen caught the light perfectly! And created the most beautiful flat lays.

Nicole and Josh’s three words were romantic, timeless, and formal with a bit of edge. Ok, not three words but certainly three concepts. Their favorite flowers are dahlias, hydrangeas, chrysanthemums, and gardenias in tones of white, cream, and blush with black and metallic accents. The bridesmaids wore black gowns and the groomsmen wore black tuxes– classic and timeless!

When they switched dates they had to change venues too and opted for the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air, which if you know me at all, you know how much I love this venue, so this was a delightful change. The wedding started with the ceremony at St. Ignatius Church in Forest Hill. We made branchy urns with roses and dahlias to place at the altar. Then we headed to The Liriodendron for the reception on the portico under a canopy of wisteria and twinkle lights. 

Centerpieces were low and lush compotes alternated with elevated arrangements top tall glass vases. We used over one hundred cafe au lait and white dahlias at this wedding. I bought out every flower farm in the area! Then to give the space a little edge, we complemented the floral arrangements with black taper candles and metallic votives. We finished the tables off with greenery sprigs to accent each place setting. Inside the house, we decorated both fireplace mantles with sprawling installations full of vines and roses. 




Nicole and Josh’s three words were romantic, timeless, and formal with a bit of edge. Ok, not three words but certainly three concepts. Their favorite flowers are dahlias, hydrangeas, chrysanthemums, and gardenias in tones of white, cream, and blush with black and metallic accents. The bridesmaids wore black gowns and the groomsmen wore black tuxes– classic and timeless!

When they switched dates they had to change venues too and opted for the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air, which if you know me at all, you know how much I love this venue, so this was a delightful change. The wedding started with the ceremony at St. Ignatius Church in Forest Hill. We made branchy urns with roses and dahlias to place at the altar. Then we headed to The Liriodendron for the reception on the portico under a canopy of wisteria and twinkle lights. 

Centerpieces were low and lush compotes alternated with elevated arrangements top tall glass vases. We used over one hundred cafe au lait and white dahlias at this wedding. I bought out every flower farm in the area! Then to give the space a little edge, we complemented the floral arrangements with black taper candles and metallic votives. We finished the tables off with greenery sprigs to accent each place setting. Inside the house, we decorated both fireplace mantles with sprawling installations full of vines and roses. 




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