I never take a beautiful wedding day for granted. It was a truly lovely day for this wedding at The Round Barn in Waitsfield, VT.
Featured here are some of the most beautiful anemones. I rarely rely on anemones to come in “just so perfectly”, but lucky for me, they came in 2 weeks in a row….just so perfectly.
You’ll also see ranunculus, roses, stock, brunnia, dusty miller, dahlias, snapdragons, fresh mint and sedum from my garden,
Bridesmaid’s carried bouquets of anemones, roses, dahlias, spray roses, stock, sedum, ranunculus and brunnia.
The cows came running down the hill just as I was about to set up the arbor….they hung out for a while by the fence while the wedding party took photos. It was quintessential Vermont.
The Round Barn truly is a gem; a beautiful barn, a beautiful setting…and it was a pleasure to flower it up for Hilary and Josh’s wedding!
Labor Day weekend brought us one beautiful sunny Saturday for a wedding at The Mansfield Barn. This blush pink, peach, burgundy palette with touches of blue just seems meant to be. I love it. Included here are dahlias, ranunculus, delphinium, snapdragons, stock, roses, spray roses, callas, scabiosa, eucalyptus and summer sweet. The maid of honor’s
It was a beautiful (and warm!) June day for Hannah and Kofi’s wedding at Mad River Barn. This was my first time working at Mad River Barn and it is absolutely awesome. The setting is beautiful, the owner and staff were so friendly, and the venue is a fabulous balance of outdoor/indoor which is so
June weddings were packed full o’ peonies this year. I’ve got something pretty (and pink!) to share with you from a recent wedding at The Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms. If you love a soft, romanic palette of blush pinks, whites, champagnes and peach, this one’s for you! We added a few touches of a
2017 marks my sixteenth season in business! I must say that 16 feels pretty sweet. Each year in business is an adventure. I never take for granted the trust that my clients bestow upon me; being a part of a couple’s wedding day is a tremendous honor. Every season brings new opportunities to bloom and
It’s early April in Vermont and after some snow overnight on Friday, it has been BEAUTIFUL weather the past 2 days. So beautiful, in fact, that I could almost mistake it for spring! I loved this spring day! I hung laundry on the clothesline, raked leaves, scoped out the scene in the perennial beds to
June is often one of my busiest months as a floral designer, but last June might have also been my prettiest June yet! I shared this beautiful wedding that also took place at The Coach Barn last June and today I’m following that up with another Shelburne Farms wedding. A palette of blush pink and white with
A valentine is defined as “an artistic work, message or token expressing affection for something or someone.” I know Valentine’s Day can be divisive (and a lot of pressure!)….so in the true spirit of Valentine’s Day I’m sharing a homemade valentine to one of my favorite flowers, ranunculus. In 1923 my grandfather collected and pressed
June weddings are classic and a wedding at The Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms is not only classic, but it’s quintessential Vermont. I am so head-over-heels for this wedding and these flowers (and this couple….and the bride’s mom!…and the wedding planner…and the photographer who got the shot above with the cows!…and the caterer). Some of my
One stand out moment from my 15th year in business was working for my alma mater, The University of Vermont, this season. I designed the arrangements for a very special dinner at The Fleming Museum as well as some accent pieces for the newly renovated Alumni House which was officially unveiled in time for Alumni Weekend.