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!
The Lighter Tones
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
The Wild Beauty of Flowers
Featured Spring Weddings:
Lauren knew she loved the "wildflower" look with just a pop of color. She left the rest to us! With the Adirondacks as her backdrop and Smoke Signals as her venue, this look was perfect for her special day.
Kelly chose the Whiteface Lodge in Lake Placid. She wanted a wildflower look with an elevated edge to fit in with the beauty of the Lodge. She wanted all types of greenery with whites and blues. Her centerpieces consisted of milk bottles that sat in a rustic wooden box. Every little detail she chose for her tablescapes and wedding molded together perfectly for an amazingly natural, rustic, and elegant look!
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 :)
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.
The Warmth of Winter
Featured Winter Wedding:
Paige also chose the breathtaking Whiteface Lodge. She wanted hues of purples, greens, and whites with copper accents. She gave us creative freedom, but requested a look of "lively and natural". Such a fun wedding to create!
We love Lake Placid weddings!
Elegance, With a Hint of Rustic
Featured Elegant/Rustic Weddings:
Alexis chose to be married at her family's vineyard. She wanted peaches and whites with burgundy as her accent color and the addition of succulents. She had us install a 28 ft garland with hanging greenery on her arbor to designate the ceremony area. And don't forget the VIP family member, the flower collar we made for their dog <3
Alex had her wedding at the Ferry Watch Inn, in Grand Isle VT. With Lake Champlain as a backdrop and an amazing barn for the reception, Alex and her groom chose an elevated rustic look with peach dahlias, whites, and greens. She had us put together planters months in advance to welcome the guests as they entered the barn. We made 2 flower sprays to put on the arbor, a couple of box arrangements for the welcome table, along with ball jars throughout the rest of the wedding. Everything came together so nicely!
An Adirondack Wedding
Featured Adirondack Weddings:
Caitlin wanted a natural shape with neutral colors and a pop of peach/pink that resulted in a very romantic and elegant look. She liked the idea of adding just a touch of dark burgundy to make the lighter colors pop. Her and her fiance picked up some beautiful antique metal glasses that they requested their sweetheart arrangement be held in. It went perfectly with the theme of their wedding!
Tina was married at St. Agnes and held her reception at the Lake Placid Club. She wanted a large structured bouquet with silver, white and pops of purples. Her centerpieces were 3ft sweetheart style arrangements that matched the color scheme of her bouquet with an added pop of yellow lilies and curly willow for a rustic touch. The bride, the flowers, the venue, and the scenery made for an absolutely stunning wedding.
Stanzi held her wedding at an amazing private venue in Lake Placid. The view was unbelievable and the rain cleared just in time for a perfect afternoon and evening. She wanted greens (specifically ferns) and whites arranged in a natural fashion. Her aisle arrangements were repurposed as her table arrangements.