Blush & Copper Wedding at Lombardi House

This blush and copper wedding at Lombardi House is fresh, modern, and intimate. The white barn where they wed is already charming and elegant, but with sleek copper chairs and layers of greenery everywhere you look, it becomes even more special. That’s how we feel about every element of this wedding; it’s incredibly special. From sweet ceremonial moments to the jaw-dropping decor, it will steal your heart. So scroll slowly, and take it all in! Every photo not only captures the bride & groom’s pure joy but also that of all the family & friends surrounding them.


On a crisp winter night in January, Randy and Jill said there “I do’s” at the famous modern white barn, Lombardi House. The couple had envisioned an intimate night with 100 guests to ring in a new year together and that’s just what evolved. Lauren from Laurel & Fey fixated heavily on incorporating warm blush tones with the stark white of the barn and greenery.


Archive Rentals provided Bingham tables, rose gold chairs, and shabby chic vintage rentals to transform the space. The warm hues from the rose gold chairs picked up the overhead bistro lights that gave off a warm glow to the evening.

Revel Petals also helped bring the vision to life with florals that focused on a sense of wild romance and garden textures, relying mostly on greenery. A loose, dripping garland hung over the tables, and a wild textured foliage chandelier crowned the sweetheart table. Simple bud vases filled with in-season, locally grown blooms adorned the tables, allowing the garlands to take center stage. Greenery was also used to accent barn doors and bars, drawing the theme throughout ceremony and reception. Finally, white ranunculus, anemone and garden roses filled Jill’s bouquet and sprays of similar greens were woven through her hair.


From top to bottom, Jill + Randy’s wedding was thoughtfully designed. Natalie Franke, photographer and creator of The Rising Tide community, was able to beautifully bring to life unforgettable memories.

vendor love

4 responses to “Blush & Copper Wedding at Lombardi House

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.