This lovely wedding at The Frick seamlessly incorporated burlap, baby’s breath, old keys, and twinkly lights for a rustic vintage feel. The late September weather was ideal for an outdoor ceremony on the Great Lawn, with a wedding canopy made of white birch wood and accented with white and purple flowers.
During the cocktail hour, the 130 guests were able to tour Clayton, the Frick Mansion, and enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres outside the dinner tent. For the reception, the bride made escort cards with each guest’s name attached to a small key with a navy ribbon.
The linens followed the color scheme of navy and purple with accents of burlap. Dinner was served family style on 72” round tables. The table centerpieces followed the vintage theme with flowers placed in antique milk bottles and other containers. The wedding cake was simple and beautiful, with blue ribbon on each layer and a shaped wire initial cake topper.
The white 60’x70’ pole tent featured gorgeous café lighting on dimmers. In addition to the café lights strung throughout the ceiling of the tent, each center pole was draped with white twinkle lights and shrouded in white fabric for a magical effect. The tent looked especially beautiful as night fell and it was illuminated from within.
Guests took advantage of the 18’x20’ woodgrain dance floor all evening with music from the DJ. We thoroughly enjoyed being a part of this outdoor vintage rustic wedding at The Frick. Browse the photo gallery below for more shots of the ceremony and reception.