Rebecca, who heads a marketing firm, designed the invitation suite, which included a wax seal that mimics the ironwork on the piazza at her family home.
Florist Stephanie Gibbs worked jay feathers throughout the floral eventscape and even into the boutonnieres. Friends and family had gathered the feathers especially for the Big Day.
Rebecca’s childhood house (circa 1850) on Ashley Avenue served as the ceremony site.
“With blue on everything from the printed materials to the lounge pillows and linens,” says planner Haley, “having china and glassware in shades of blue was a must.”
Nature-loving Rebecca put in a request for unstructured arrangements that included fruits, berries, and her collection of feathers.
“We ordered our favorite Chantilly cake from Whole Foods,” says Rebecca. “People still ask who did it.”
A bagpiper played throughout the ceremony and as the couple walked into their reception.
For their exit amid a cloud of bubbles, the bride donned a Cynthia Rowley frock; earlier, the groom had swapped his kilt for a tux.