A big thanks to Amy Bennett for sharing these beautiful photos of Kelsey and Anthony’s destination wedding at The Lang Barn Farm in Essex, VT. The inspiration for this wedding was a natural, romantic vibe with lots of greenery and a palette of whites, pinks and touches of lilac. A fresh table runner on the
Each year Pantone selects a “color of the year” and in truth, I don’t find that it often has much of an impact on the floral choices I see in Vermont weddings, however, Pantone’s color of the year for 2018 is “Ultra Violet”, which I must say does not come as a surprise to me!
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
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
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
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
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.
“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.
Weddings at The Grand Isle Lake House are special. There’s an ease and comfort on the wedding day that’s unique to Lake House weddings as family & guests make themselves at home for the weekend. It’s truly a gem of a location. The late summer style of this wedding was just plain fun and I’m
Inspired by nature and organic shapes today’s wedding at The Grand Isle Lake House showcases whimsy and garden-inspired designs. Clematis, snapdragons, dahlias, roses, jasmine vine, veronica, freesia, ranunculus, spray roses, lavender and baptisia foliage from my garden are featured in these designs. (You’ll also see a mossy ring bearer pillow and a floral bracelet of