The Jefferson County Historical Society Museum is located right in the heart of downtown Watertown, New York and is one of the prettiest buildings around. The detail of the building and the gorgeous gardens are perfect locations for photos. The best part? You can get married here.
This backyard garden wedding shoot was planned with greys, blues and soft touches in mind. The entrance to the garden has the absolute cutest lamp posts so we set up a little wedding welcome sign vignette right next to one.
Our rustic antique mantel set the scene for the ceremony location. We used velvet linen, walnut risers, gold mercury glass and our brass candelabras paired with white candles and flowers. It was a magical little setup, don't you think?
Our wood and metal cocktail tables were a perfect match with the wooden antique mantel at the ceremony location and the dining farm table.
This farm table design may be one of my favorites. Mixed metals, icy blue glassware and the contrast between textures made this setup extra fun. Take a peek at the details below.
Featured pieces: vintage china. goblets, flatware, handmade farm tables, mismatched wooden chairs, grey pillows,
The walking path from the parking lot to the museum has a big wooden pergola in the middle and we thought it would be a super fun spot to create a little lounge area.
Featured pieces: Foster blue wing back chair, Maisie grey chair, Evelyn linen settee, metallic end table and accent pillows.
Featured pieces: Lucy dresser, silver cake stand, mini easel
We hope you love this shoot as much as we did! Be sure to check out the amazing vendors below who made this possible. Comment below to let us know your favorite part of this garden wedding.
Photography: Jussara Potter Photography
Vintage Rentals & Styling: Pretty Little Vintage Co.
Venue: Jefferson County Historical Museum
Dress: Spy Baby Bridal
Floral: Sherwood Florist
Cake: The Little Cake Artist
Hand Lettering: Handmade Darling
Custom Gift Box: Bella Box
Linen: Party Crush Studio