Mary was married at the stunning new venue, The Barn at Lord Howe Valley. Her theme was vintage garden with lighter tones and pop of burgundy. She wanted a large, flowing and elegant bouquet to compliment her absolutely stunning wedding gown. She gave us a look and a color scheme, but let us have creative freedom. We love when that happens! What an amazing wedding this was to be a part of.
Her photographer was: Sarah Dickenson Photography
Elegance, With a Hint of Rustic
Bohemian and Whimsical
Vibrant and Rich Colors
Jayna was married on a picturesque day at the Golden Arrow Resort in Lake Placid. She loved coral peonies, but wanted to pack in more color to match her vibrant and sweet personality. She chose "sweetheart style" centerpieces to display the fresh vibrancy of the flowers as much as possible. With many of the flowers coming straight out of our garden, the result was crisp, fresh, and vibrant to match the perfect summer day.
Lets Make a Statement
Loose, flowing bouquets and compote centerpieces can fit beautifully with any style. They are the epitome of elegance. They can add a whimsical, loose and romantic vibe to your flowers and aesthetic. If you’re looking for different, edible arrangements, succulent centerpieces, anything out of the norm can be fun and memorable! Keep an open mind when you are planning your big day, you may be pleasantly surprised with what you may find :)
The Allure of Fall
Featured Fall Wedding:
Jenna was married on a beautiful farm in Peru, NY. She wanted deep rich colors that popped. To compliment her free spirited nature, she wanted a fun, wild looking bouquet. She was able to come to our flower farm and hand pick certain flowers that we used in her bouquet and her bridal party bouquets. To incorporate the fall feeling, she chose to have multiple small dried flower arrangements to line farmhouse style tables. Seriously such a joy to work with, we were so grateful to be a part of this wedding!
We love love love the beauty of nature, so why not try our best to incorporate it into our pieces? With adding lots of texture by use of a variety of different flowers, plants, foliage, and grasses, the possibilities are endless.