Everywhere you look, you find beauty and magic through the use of flowers at this stunning New Jersey wedding courtesy of A Garden Party. A flower wall was painstakingly created and made to look as if it were climbing a stone wall, which served as the ceremony backdrop replete with garden roses, O’hara roses, hydrangea, amaranthus, eucalyptus, dahlias, spray roses, and astilbe. The elevated florals and table runner featuring various greens, hydrangea, roses, clematis and amaranthus, adorned the head table. It was lush and a bit wild as it hung down amidst the wedding couple and their party. The gold beaded charger plates, gold candle holders and hanging gold mercury votives all brought a touch of elegance and romance to the table. We could go on and on, and include the seating chart with its’ ribbon and lace escort cards bookended by pretty dahlia, astilbe, fern and hydrangea arrangements, but we won’t! And the lounge area! You just have to scroll down to believe it. A Garden Party truly succeeded in honoring the bride’s vision of an overgrown garden, gorgeously captured by Pat Furey.