The intimate peacock themed affair featured in today’s submission from Rachel Pearlman Photography was planned in just three weeks! Yes, you read that correctly– three weeks! Despite planning the wedding in such a short period of time, bride Jess left no detail out. A lover of all things peacock, Jess incorporated peacock feather details throughout the wedding including the centerpieces, bridal bouquet, and boutonierre. Many of the details, such as the peacock hand corsage and Jess’ vintage-style birdcage veil, were one-of-a-kind handmade items selected from Etsy, adding an extra special personal touch to the wedding. We adore this stunning, detail-oriented wedding, and give kudos to the bride who pulled it off seamlessly in a matter of weeks!
Before the ceremony, Jess and George shared a romantic reveal on old train tracks. What a charming and unique location for a first look session! Even though it was raining, the couple did not let the weather ruin the moment. The bright red umbrella against the winter landscape pops in the photos and highlights the couple who could not look more in love!
Coming in from the rain, Jess and George exchanged vows in front of a roaring fire at the Inn at Montchanin Village. A cocktail reception complete with a dessert buffet followed the intimate ceremony. Jess continued the peacock theme with orchids and floating candle centerpieces and wine flutes adorned with peacock feathers. Guests were also provided with peacock mardi-gras masks for fun photo-ops!
Many thanks to Rachel Pearlman Photography for this submission capturing all of the details and emotions of this creative wedding!