A real garden wedding with two ceremonies and plenty of culture, is exactly what our couple Chelsea and Yaw were looking for. Grounds for Sculpture in Princeton, New Jersey, provided the perfect backdrop for their wedding day. Their chic celebration was filled with happiness and joy, as they were surrounded by 160 of their closest friends and family.

This chic real wedding took place at a romantic Princeton venue with a restaurant reception complete with amazing food and endless dancing. See all the details of this swoon-worthy garden wedding we planned and get inspired for your own wedding day!

The Manhattan based couple got ready in their respective hotel rooms before traveling to the venue for their first look. The bride wearing a form fitting gown was the picture of elegance, while her handsome groom rocked an ivory tuxedo jacket against a white shirt and black bow-tie. His boutineer was simple and complimented her romantic all white bouquet, created by our friends at Twisted Willow Flowers.

An all white chic bridal bouquet was the perfect look for our gorgeous bride at her garden wedding. Read the blog to see all the details of this amazing Princeton wedding day we planned!

With countless locations available for their first look at Grounds for Sculpture, Chelsea and Yaw had no problem taking plenty of pictures before their ceremonies. Once Yaw was in place, we walked with our beautiful bride and helped keep the spectators from photo-bombing this special moment. 

The first look at a wedding has to be perfectly timed and in a great location. Check out this garden wedding we planned and how we kept the public from photobombing this romantic moment!

After the first look photo was completed, it was only a few steps to the next location to continue taking photos with our bride and groom. Thankfully, the late summer heat didn’t bother them and the anticipated thunderstorms disappeared before they even happened.

A breathtaking garden wedding at Grounds for Sculpture that we planned for this New York City couple. Read the blog to get the wedding day details and see the chic photos from this celebration!

Once the bride and groom completed their portraits, it was time to include the parents and wedding party. With the groomsmen dressed in formal black tuxedos, the bridesmaids stood out in different dresses that complimented their individual looks. 
A chic garden wedding at Grounds for Sculpture in Princeton, New Jersey with white and green details to die for! Read the blog for wedding day inspiration!
After the pictures were completed, the bride and groom, along with their entire wedding party, headed back inside to change for the first ceremony. To honor the groom’s Ghanaian heritage, along with the wardrobe change was a ceremony infused with music and tradition. 

A Ghanaian ceremony in this real garden wedding we planned at Grounds for Sculpture in Princeton New Jersey. See all the details and chic photos from the wedding day in this blog!Amazing details from this Ghanaian ceremony at Grounds for Sculpture. Check out the chic and gorgeous wedding day photos from this garden wedding we planned for our New York City bride and groom!Music for this Ghanaian ceremony honored the heritage of the groom. Check out all of the details from this garden wedding we planned at Grounds for Sculpture!

Immediately following the Ghanaian ceremony, all of the guests moved to another location so the Western ceremony could begin. Our bride and groom, along with their wedding party, quickly changed out of their Ghanaian garb and back into the traditional clothing they wore for the first look photos. A stunning ceremony and heartfelt vows followed in this amazing space decorated with simple greenery and elegant garden touches. 

A traditional garden ceremony at Grounds for Sculpture complete with elegant and chic florals in white and green. Read more about this wedding on our blog!

Boho chic and totally romantic ceremony florals for a summer wedding we planned at Grounds for Sculpture in Princeton. Read the blog to get inspired for your own garden wedding day!

After the two beautiful ceremonies, our couple and their guests headed to Rat’s Restaurant inside Grounds for Sculpture. Guests were treated to a beautiful stroll through the gardens and exhibits along the way, and were greeted by live music and an outdoor and indoor cocktail hour.

Incredible food provided by our friends at Starr Events during a Grounds for Sculpture wedding we planned. Check out the blog for all of the garden wedding details!

Touches of greenery adorned the bars, and the mix of round and long tables were classically designed with white floor length linens, gorgeous garden roses and plenty of candlelight. For an extra treat, guests were able to spend the night dancing under the stars with a unique floor plan designed by our bride and groom.

We used greenery throughout this gorgeous outdoor wedding space to bring together the chic organic feel our bride and groom wanted. Read the blog to get all of the details about this garden wedding day!

A boho chic and rustic upscale wedding we planned at Grounds for Sculpture included floor length white linens and plenty of white roses, greenery and candlelight. Read the blog for more details about this amazing garden wedding.
The wedding ended with a packed dance floor and heavenly red velvet cake that looked like it grew out of the garden, thanks to our talented friends at Twisted Willow Flowers. Once the party ended, our couple escaped in a vintage convertible Rolls Royce that our friends at RPD All Star provided for them to attend their after party!

This gorgeous boho chic wedding cake was perfect for a garden summer wedding we planned at Grounds for Sculpture. Check out the white and green details in the blog and get inspired for your own wedding day!

We loved planning and designing with Chelsea and Yaw to help them create the classic and chic wedding they were looking for. Between the unique venue, the culture and tradition, along with incredible decor and design, this is one wedding we’ll never forget!
Congratulations Chelsea and Yaw!

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