Monthly Archives: December 2009

Floral Artistry tee’s

I’ve been telling Dave for years that I want to get t-shirts made and we FINALLY did it!  They were printed locally in Burlington at Amalgamated Culture Works on organic tee’s from American Apparel.  They’re super soft.  Logo’s on the front (designed by the lovely & talented Lis at Jar Design) and website’s on the back.  Simple.  Organic. 

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Jenny & Denning

Jenny & Denning had a beautiful day for their August wedding at Edson Hill Manor in Stowe.  They were kind enough to share some of their photos with me and here is a peak at their special day. The bride carried white hydrangea with white & dark pink ranunculus, pale pink & white roses, hot pink spray

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Yael & Matthew

Yael & Matthew hosted their September wedding at Sleepy Hollow in Huntington.  Apple-themed decor and details adorned the reception.  Their palette of eggplant and olive with white is a nice alternative to an autumnal palette in mid-September.  Catering by Dale and Landwehrle Wedding Photography were among the cast of trusted wedding pros.  Here are a few fun bouquet shots.  Featured flowers

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DIY Flowers? DON’T!

There are several aspects of wedding planning that work for the DIY bride (homemade favors, table numbers, invitations or welcome baskets for example), but in my opinion your flowers should not be on that list.  DIY projects work best if they can be completed in the weeks or months before the wedding date.  Flowers are a time-sensitive element

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Pleasing Color Palettes For Your Wedding

Selecting your color palette is a personal decision and clearly sets the tone of the entire wedding day. Whether you like a classic look or consider your style preppy or offbeat or seasonal there is a color combo that will reflect the feel of your day. Here are 5 color combos to consider: White/Ivory & Greens–A classic palette

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