ranunculus, astilbe, freesia, clematis, Floral Artistry, Vermont Wedding Flowers

Romantic, Unkempt Style At The Round Barn

I don’t often get the chance to design in a peach, white, pink and lavender palette, but when I do, I always love it. There’s something about a soft lavender that really works when added to the more traditional wedding palette of white, blush and peach. Lauren & Kevin’s July wedding was filled with thoughtful details

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Vermont Wedding Flowers, Sophisticated palette

Sophisticated Elegance: Vermont Wedding Flowers

I LOVE this wedding. When the bride presented this color palette to me almost a year ago, I was tickled. I could not wait to design the flowers for Trista and Mike’s destination wedding at The Mountaintop Inn. This couple is simply too cool. Their flowers reflect a sophisticated elegance that’s both romantic, yet non-traditional.

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Bridal bouquet, Wedding flowers in Vermont, Floral Artistry, Vermont wedding flowers by Alison Ellis

Got a whole lotta love for The Floral Artistry Blog

Hello, Floral Artistry Blog. It me, Alison. I’m sorry I’ve been ignoring you. I really do love you. Very much. It’s just…well, I’ve been busy. I know everyone’s busy. I’m a grownup. I’m supposed to be busy. It’s no excuse. Ya see, there’s this thing called Instagram. I’ve been hanging out there…a lot. So I’m

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My Amazing Week in NYC: Chapel Designers NYC 2016 Conference

I’m so excited to share today’s post with you. I recently returned from what was easily the most inspiring week of my life. In fact, it was so good that it’s hard to put into words. The creativity, generosity, friendship, camaraderie, mutual admiration, jaw dropping awe and sheer beauty I took part in was once-in-a-lifetime

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You’re engaged! It’s exciting. (And a lot of work.)

You’re getting married! Congratulations. Now, it’s time to get to work! Newly engaged couples experience a unique combination of pressure + excitement + overwhelm when the logistics of planning a once-in-a-lifetime event start to sink in. Couples are confronted with “suggestions” from friends and loved ones on a daily basis. The same people who wish you

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Floral Artistry

A Florist In The Making

One of the perks of being a florist is leftovers! The cream of the crop are always used for a wedding, of course, but from time to time the leftover blooms can be quite lovely. I posted some photos from my first wedding of 2016 and when my not-quite-4-year old son saw some leftovers he asked

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Vermont Wedding Flowers, Vermont Wedding, Stowe Florist, Stowe Wedding

Winter Wedding in Stowe

It’s not often that our first wedding of the year takes place in January (although last year the first wedding of the year was on Jan. 1st!), but this winter wedding in Stowe, VT was not your typical winter white affair. The addition of burgundy and orange with white and green blooms creates an unexpected

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Ringing in the New Year And My 15th Season In Business

Happy New Year! As I embark on my 15th wedding season in Vermont with my first wedding of the year this weekend it feels like 2016 is off to a busy start already. The end of 2015 was both busy and delightful with promises of a new year & new possibilities around the corner. I really

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Happy Holidays!

2015 may have been my favorite year yet. The season started out slow…real slow…but there were some beautiful smaller weddings and really fun design opportunities that presented themselves later-on in the year. Every year in business is a learning year and patience along with perseverance are not lost on this seasonal, creative business owner! On

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purple and yellow bouquet, flowers by Floral Artistry, Alison Ellis

Colorful Bouquet for a Farm-Style Wedding

I do some big weddings. I also do small weddings. And sometimes, if I can make it work, I do really small weddings. Because of the size of my business sometimes doing smaller weddings can be harder to accommodate, but I’ve come to find that sometimes these smaller gigs can bring me great joy. This

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