Featured Minimony – Chana & Martin
Hidden River Events celebrated the 4th of July with a spectacular patriotic-themed minimony. Chana and Martin chose our nation’s birthday to celebrate their union in the beautiful setting of the Appalachians. They wove red, white, and blue throughout the ceremony as a tribute to the date.
The event was on trend for 2020 is a smaller combination of elopement / minimony to follow current safety guidelines. The bride wore a breathtaking traditional floor-length white dress with long sleeves. In addition, the bridesmaids wore beautiful dresses at this minimony that were a patriotic medium blue. Similarly, the flowers set the 4th of July tone.
Photography by: Rosilene Passolt Photography
The bouquets, corsages, and boutonnieres were a tasteful red, white, and blue using unique local flowers. The flowers were designed to create a look of fireworks bursting in the sky. The bouquets used football mums, roses, and babies’ breath to represent the white.
The red hues were anemones, Gerber daisies, and roses. The blue flowers were delphinium, thistle, and hydrangeas. The thistle naturally gives the appearance of fireworks and adds an exciting texture to the arrangements. Many of the flowers and greenery came from the grounds of Hidden River Events and as a result, fit right into the natural setting of the wedding.
We Specialize in All-Inclusive
At first, we thought all-inclusive meant just having all the infrastructure ready to go for the couple, so what looks like such a simply beautiful, largely outdoor wedding could be as clean and simple as the lines of the tent. There should be no hassles about getting in all the infrastructure and having it ready for your wedding. We did not want to witness a rental truck showing up at the last minute and a mom or bridesmaid, or the couple themselves, setting up chairs and tables–even mowing the yard–on the morning of the wedding. These were all things Jeanne witnessed repeatedly over the years. No wonder people were exhausted before their wedding even began…