These galleries are a preview of some of the weddings I have designed. They highlight each couples overall theme and uniqueness.
Eliza and Jeremy chose to get married at The Ponds in Bolton, Vermont. This venue is located in the beautiful mountains. It has a large green lawn with gardens and a pond in the back drop. Eliza and Jeremy were the calmest bride and groom I have yet to meet. They loved color, wanted a wildflower feel and didn't want to be over the top. Eliza is the first bride I have worked with who didn't want a bouquet, it was something that wasn't missed as her and Jeremy truly created a memorable wedding.
Laura and Andrew chose to get married on an Peaks Island, in Portland, Maine. They loved to sail and wanted to be married near the ocean, they couldn't of picked a more beautiful place....(besides Vermont). Laura loved bold and colorful flowers. The only request was to add in succulents to her bouquet and to have garden roses in her hair. Married by a best friend these two made all of us fall in love again.
Rachel and Andrew chose to get married at The Inn at The Round Barn in Waitsfield, Vermont. These two loved to ski and fell in love with the area and decided that this is where they wanted to get married. No matter what time of year, The Round Barn is picturesque with rolling hills, mountains, farm animals and the rustic Vermont life feel. Rachel wanted jewel toned flowers to pop against the early November backdrop. The rich color palate created a very warm, unique theme.
Chelsea and Justin chose to get married at The Mansfield Barn in Jericho, Vermont. Believe it or not, I use to play in the hayloft of this barn as a child when it use to be a working farm! I was thrilled to work on there wedding flowers for them as I had some great memories here. They chose a color palate of blush, white and soft green. Chelsea wanted elegant, romantic and yet a little rustic. Adding in Chelsea's favorites, her flowers consisted of peonies, astilbe, ranunculus, stock, alstromeria, and eucalyptus.
Amy and Ty chose to get married at The Inn at Mountain View Farm, in East Burke, Vermont. A beautiful location with rolling hills, a pet sanctuary, and bike trails for miles. This wedding was very special to me because it's my little brother. I am a bit bias, but they chose a stunning theme, that was wildflower, garden-like, earthy, yet rustic but elegant. Amy had some favorite flowers such as wild daisies, oriental lilies, ferns and hydrangeas. Ty being a woodsmen was less than thrilled to get dressed up and wear a flower, but we settled on budded wild apples for his boutonniere that was truly unique.
McKenzie and Sloan chose The Barn at Smuggler's Notch in Jeffersonville, Vermont. Just miles from the gorgeous scenic drive thru the notch. They chose the color palate of lavender, purple and white. Their flowers were roses, ranunculus, lavender, dusty miller, freesia and babies breath. They chose to re-use their bridal bouquets for centerpieces, creating a simple but classic tablescape. They had beautiful weather with views of Mount Mansfield in the background.