I didn't have the pleasure of meeting Dion in person because she planned her wedding from NC, but her sunny and fun personality shone through all her emails and correspondences. And, the elements she chose to incorporate ensured that her and Evan's special day was vibrant, lush and playful despite the slightly dreary weather. Using unexpected materials such as artichokes, kumquats, lemons and the happiest colored peonies we could find made for memorable florals that really helped bring out the best of the lovely setting overlooking the harbor behind the New England Aquarium. Even the seals approved (or it least it seemed they did!).
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
I loved working with Maria and Kurt and loved the setting that they chose for their wedding- a unique outdoor space that was fun and perfectly suited for an outdoor summer event. I'm hoping for some professional pics from this wedding, but in the meantime here's a preview...
Posted by Suzanne at 3:18 AM
Friday, June 10, 2011
Last summer I had the pleasure of providing flowers for Alexa and Andrew's georgous seaside wedding. And, over Memorial Day weekend I was lucky enough to be part of another celebration for the same family. Alexa's mom, Beverly, married Lee on a beautiful Saturday morning. Rialto provided the perfect backdrop for the green/purple/lilac color palate (inspired by the georgous felt necklace the bride made herself). I'll have to post pictures of it if I get some professional shots. She's really talented- and the best news is she has an etsy shop..stay tuned and I'll provide pics and info about how to buy her lovely creations!
Posted by Suzanne at 1:08 PM