Monday, June 4, 2012

Lovely Lavender

The day was a bit grey and misty, but it wasn't dreary. It helped make a romantic setting (Moraine Farm in Beverly) seem almost surreal in it's beauty. Keeping the flowers simple, and arranging them in mason jars accented with twine helped keep in theme-simple, laid back elegance. We used hydrangea, roses, scabiosa, stock, lilac, hyacinth and freesia in shades of lavender and white. Lovely!

English Garden Style

There is nothing more romantic than an English garden rose. Pair them with creamy spray roses, delicate sweet pea, a hint of babys breath, and soft lambs ear and the combination is just right for a garden themed wedding. The Juliet garden rose (peach with a swirled mass of open petals) seems to be the most popular one this season and for good reason. It is simply georgous! Leigh Ann and Bryce wanted a rustic, romantic feel for their June wedding so we accented these soft textures with twine and wire baskets which helped bring the theme to life. And, I loved the deep charcoal color the bridesmaids wore- such a pretty contrast to the pale beauty of the flowers.