When I think of weddings at The Stone House at Stirling Ridge, I imagine rustic romance with a modern and timeless twist. Basically everything that Danielle and Mike’s wedding day evokes. The facility, which is nestled in the Watchung Mountains, offers such a warm and inviting ambiance to tie the knot in. Add in minimal details with understated elegance and you have yourselves one celebration that will never go out of style.
EVJ Wedding Co. worked their magic behind the scenes to bring the couple’s vision to life, while Beethoven’s Veranda created florals that complemented the overall aesthetic of The Stone House. And the lace table linens for the tablescapes? I may be biased, but they are my absolute favorite style to-date. We all know how much I love all things lace!
Speaking of the linens…this was one of the first details Jacquelyn from EVJ Wedding Co. shared with me, which inspired Danielle and Mike’s wedding day-of stationery. The menu cards were digitally printed with a French blue lace design with a rustic script and serif typeface. Coordinating favor donation cards were tied to each custom menu with blue bakers twine. Lace and Belle also provided simple, complementing table numbers.
From the setting of The Stone House at Stirling Ridge and the design conceptualized by my friends at EVJ Wedding Co., to the dreamy florals and the bride’s sleek Paloma Blanca gown, there’s so much to love about Danielle and Mike’s wedding. Luckily, Ben Lau Photography captured all the pretty that is sure to leave you feeling oh-so-inspired. Congratulations again to Danielle and Mike. I hope your wedding day was everything you dreamed of and more. Thank you for letting Lace and Belle be a part of your special day!