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.
Category: Color Palette
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” -Albert Camus Fall weddings really do feel like a breath of fresh air when a busy summer season turns to autumn. I absolutely adore this photo my bride, Gabriella, shared with me from her wedding on Saturday at Whiteface Country Club. Two of Us
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.
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
Blush. Pink. These have been the two most popular words in weddings for years now and when you see how soft and sweet today’s wedding is….well, it’s easy to understand why. Since we’re talking about what’s popular I’ll also point out some of the more beloved blooms of modern day weddings which are featured here…
There is something about the peach, burgundy and white color palette that makes my heart smile. I love it. And I L-O-V-E this flower combo from a small wedding I did a few weeks ago. It was a rainy day so the bouquets had their photo-op on my workbench. The bride’s bouquet included burgundy dahlias, callas,
“Lavender and coral.” When the bride first said these words to me I thought….”hmmmm.” Coral flowers can be limiting at times, but when I heard she also loved gladiolus, well, I knew we had a good plan. You’ll see roses, succulents, scabiosa, eucalyptus and dusty miller foliage, freesia, stock, asters and gladiolus in these designs.
T’was a pleasure to work with Amanda & Patrick this May for my first wedding at The Skinner Barn. We did all of our planning long-distance and their easy-going, seasonal-Vermont vibe basically made them ideal clients. The couple brought some hometown flair up north with oyster tins as vessels for the flowers at the reception.
It’s always nice to be invited back. Dinner with friends that ends with a, “we should do this again”, just feels good. Multiply that by about 1,000 and that’s how I feel when I get invited back to do a second wedding for a family. It’s truly an honor to be a part of a
I love Vermont weddings with a fun, beautiful palette, a few touches of peonies and poppies & a garden-like style. Joyce & Dan had their Vermont wedding at The Grafton Inn last weekend and I am so excited to share some of their flower designs with you today. You’ll see garden inspired designs that allow each flower